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How do you implement new processes and procedures?
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Explain to the hiring manager how you would implement changes, or give an example of how you have done this in the past.
Answer examples
"My method for implementing all changes, big or small, is to have open communication with my staff from the time the choice has been made to the time training is complete. I am a big proponent for strong training materials as well. If I were to implement a new process I would ensure that communication was strong all the way through."

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User-Submitted Answers

How do you implement new processes and procedures?
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Organise, prioritise, and complete in time.
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First I study the project requirements and local statutory rules and then keeping it in mind do inspections.
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Team contributed to successful assignments.
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I like to be responsible about my organisation.
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Organization with checklist, files and details.
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With audit monitoring, checklist and supporting documents.
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Always delivered on time.Excellent report writing skills which speaks for itself of the field work done.
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Prioritise from the internal audit schedule.