In my previous article, I talked about some of the facts that you need to know about project and project management. In this article, I want to look at all that you need to know about organizational proc as assets for projects. Follow me as we will look at that in this article.
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Organisational process assets are entities that can be used to influence the success of a project. Policies, procedures, guidelines, formal and informal plans, templates, lessons learned documents, and even historical information come under the organisational process assets.
They may also include completed schedules, earned value data, and risk data. Any updates to the organisational process assets are handled by the project team members.
#1 Processes and procedures
These are the processes and procedures the organisation uses for performing project-related costs.
Examples of this may include :
Policies, product and project life cycles, and quality policies and procedures.
It also includes Standard guidelines, proposals evaluation criteria, work instructions, and performance measurement criteria.
It also includes templates such as work Breakdown Structure, project definition and business case forms, the project schedule, the milestone report and contract templates.
It also includes tailored guidelines and criteria for organisational processes that will satisfy specific project needs.
Finally, Organisational process assets contain organisational communication requirements and project closure guidelines.
# Corporate knowledge base
This is a corporate knowledge repository for storing and retrieving information. Examples may include:
- Process measurement databases that provide measurement data on processes and products.
- Project files such as a scope, cost, schedule, and quality baselines; performance measurement baselines; project calendars and risk registers.
- Lessons learned knowledge bases and historical information.
- Issue and defect management databases.
- Configuration management knowledge bases.
- Financial databases.
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