An organizational process asset is consist of procedures and processes that greatly contribute to the company’s work. Organizational process assets are inputs needed by a company’s project management processes. These are fulfilled by the project’s team members in order to meet the needs and deadlines of a certain project.
These are all the collected knowledge and practices that will be used in executing the project. Without the organizational process asset, the project will not be successful as no reliable knowledge and data are inputted. The project team members are allowed and expected to add an update to the OPAs for any necessary information to the project.
Consist of processes and procedures that actively contribute to the
work of the company;-organizational process assets consist of processes and procedures that actively contribute
to the work of the company.
organizational process assets are not typically a criteria for ranking a company amongst
its competitors in the marketplace. a competitive ranking, in general, might be available
for use or purchase, and as such it more closely resembles an enterprise environmental
similarly, organizational process assets do not typically assist companies in assessing
trends in the marketplace. marketplace conditions are best categorized as an enterprise
the culture and structure of an organization is also classified as an enterprise
enterprise environmental factors and organizational process assets both contribute to
many project management processes, so it is important to understand what each consists
of and how they differ from each other.
according to the pmbok, enterprise environmental factors include the culture and
structure of the organization, governmental and industry standards, infrastructure,
human resources, personnel administration and documentation, marketplace conditions,
risk tolerances, commercial databases, and project management information systems. the
pmbok breaks a companys organizational process assets down into two general
1. processes and procedures.
2. knowledge base.