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Pick any day’s business news and there will be articles where a lack of good business control has cost organizations significant losses. An effective business control process (which is much more than traditional financial controls) is also an active defense required to support management's personal certification of reporting accuracy.
Improving business controls is simply the fastest way available today to put money back on the bottom line.
Business controls is a new “core competency” for every executive, manager, and supervisor in today's organization. BizControl Solutions provides a best-practices process for business controls assessment, remediation, organizational development, and prevention of controls problems.
BizControl Solutions helps clients develop the capabilities required to:
Boards of Directors, executives, management teams, supervisors, finance and I.T. professionals, compliance departments, operations personnel, i.e., anyone who must ensure control of the organization and certify accuracy of reporting.
Leader support for implementing “best practices” in business control
The entire management team is now responsible for ensuring that the controls statement in the annual report is indeed correct—that proper controls are in place and that employees are properly prepared to execute them. A certification-based business control program is also required by executives as an active defense against inadvertent or malicious reporting errors.
Organization controls assessment
A proven organizational assessment process for determining the state of all organizational controls. A top-down investigation of control status and issues, and an identification of areas of risk and unnecessary expenditure.
Consulting to establish a “best practices” business controls process
A proven implementation process to improving controls assisting organizations to:
Business controls training
Provide customized “Getting Control of Your Business” training to all executives, managers, and supervisors, and also to selected front-line personnel plus entire departments such as accounting, auditing, and purchasing.
“Pain point” resolution
Utilize a point-solution process for investigating specific out-of-control situations requiring immediate attention and fixing them.
"Introduction to Business Control"
"Ethics ... The misguided solution"
"25 Best practices to ensure control of your business"