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OPA vs. EEF 5 years 2 months ago #2641

  • Jessica Singh
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I've been reading, studying for a number of months but often I get many defintions of Org Process Assets and Enterprise Environmental Factors.

My understanding is OPA's are a company's policy, processes, procedures, templates, documents, historical info

EEF - Systems ( PMIS, schedulling tool), The market, external factors outside the organziation, stakeholders risk tolerance, and now learned it holds training info on stakeholders.

is there anything I have missed? All of this info was from exams from PMP simulator...
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Re:OPA vs. EEF 5 years 2 months ago #2644

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For right now (because I'm extremely busy) I'm unable to write an exhaustive answer. Please take a look at this video here that may help some...

Until Next Time,
Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM
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