Good day all; I would offer an additional example. In this case, the "processes" are the actual processes of the organization, which can be argued is a more direct (effective?) approach than simply showing the interrelationship of the individual and somewhat generic standard clauses. This particular "organization" (example) is in the business of making pizzas (thus the cut, assemble, bake, etc...) In addition, this "process interrelationship matrix" is actually the audit schedule template. By incorporating into the schedule it prevents the need to maintain separate templates and also ensure that the interrelationship is not simply spoken of, but also acted on. Hope this helps.