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FACULTAD DE CONTADURIA Y ADMINISTRACION
DIVISION DE ESTUDIOS DE POSGRADOS

Profesor: M.A Humberto Loredo Romo.

alumnas:
GAMEZ ROMERO ZULEIKA
RAMIREZ RAMIREZ JAZMIN CLAUDIA
VENEGAS martinez ROCIO

Tema:
“PLANEACION DE AUDITORIA
EMERSON ELECTRIC, C.O.”

CONTENIDO
ANTECEDENTES 3
OBJETIVOS DE LA AUDITORÍA ADMINISTRATIVA: 6
INTRODUCCIÓN 8
CONTENIDO 9
ORGANIZACIÓN 10 OPERACIÓN 11
MATRIZ DE FODA (FORTALEZAS, OPORTUNIDADES, DEBILIDADES, AMENAZAS. 12 Pasos a considerar para la elaboración de el analisis de FODA. 13
3. EVALUACION DE CONTROL INTERNO 14
Evaluación de Riesgos: 14 Ambiente de Control 14 SISTEMAS DE CONTROL INTERNO 16
EVALUACIÓN DEL SISTEMA DE PLANEACIÓN Y CONTROL 18
RECOMENDACIÓN DE CAMBIOS AL DIRECTOR EJECUTIVO. 19
FUNCIONES QUE DEBEN TENER LOS 8 GERENTES EN EL SISTEMA DE PLANEACIÓN Y CONTROL 19
CONCLUSIONES 27
BIBLIOGRAFÍA 29

ANTECEDENTES

En el Marco de la organization administrativa imperial en la Nueva España, se creó la junta Superior de hacienda para atender los asuntos financieros de la Colonia, organismo que, con el tiempo, coadyuvó con el Consejo de Finanzas y la superintendencia de la Real Hacienda. Estos órganos ejercieron su función de control a través de la visita, una investigación administrativa especial que podía ser especifica, sobre un determinado puesto o funcionario, o general, esto es relativa a toda la administración y a todos los asuntos públicos de una región.

En 1915 surge la escuela del proceso administrativo, a partir de las aportaciones de Henry Fayol, con su análisis de las funciones administrativas y principios, cuyo fundamento expone en su obra Administración industrial y general, y de Alexander H.Church con su trabajo The Science and Practice of Administration en el que analiza las funciones orgánicas y leyes universales de esfuerzo.

Más adelante en 1933, con el estudio de las funciones de una empresa, en particular del control, la auditoría adquiere una relevancia singular.

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