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TOPIC: Organization policies

Organization policies 4 years 3 months ago #2960

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Organization policies comnes under EEF or OPA.
I was thinking in EEF but then I read in one of the course that says it come sunder OPA.
Thanks for any clarifications,

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Organization policies 4 years 3 months ago #2969

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Hi Rachu –

The PMBOK Guide 4th Edition includes an organization’s policies under Organizational Process Assets (OPA’s). The process assets include formal and informal plans, policies, procedures and guidelines (PMBOK Guide 4th Edition, page 32).

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Organization policies 4 years 3 months ago #2971

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Thank you Sir for the response and my apology for the delay.
Regards, R.
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Organization policies 4 years 3 months ago #2974

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Dear Rachu:

Kevin is right! The organizational policies do come under the Organizational Process Assets.

To help you understand this better, consider the Organizational Process Assets as something ‘internal’, and the Enterprise Environmental Factors as something ‘external’ to an organization. For example the governmental standards, laws or industry standards come under EEF while the HR Policy, organizational processes and policies etc. come under OPA.

Let me know if this resolves your confusion.

Regards,

Khurram Hussain, PMP, CSSBB
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Organization policies 4 years 3 months ago #2978

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Thank you Sir.
I think both the posts have cleared the confusion in my mind but I DO let you know if I have any further questions.
Regards, R.
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