The organizational process assets that influence the Plan Quality process include but are not limited to:
• Organizational quality policies, procedures and guidelines,
• Historical databases,
• Lessons learned from previous projects, and
• Quality policy, as endorsed by senior management, sets the intended direction of a performing organization with regard to quality. The quality policy of the performing organization for their products often can be adopted "as is" for use by the project. If the performing organization lacks a formal quality policy, or if the project involves multiple performing organizations (as with a joint venture), then the project management team will need to develop a quality policy for the project. Regardless of the origin of the quality policy, the project management team must ensure that the project stakeholders are fully aware of the policy used for the project through the appropriate distribution of information.
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