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I'd suggest that management support and impacts are likely to be the biggest influencing factor for quality.
All the above is not related to quality assurance, except for process and templates which are just two components you can use. Take a look to quality assurance definition first.
Thank you for your feedback. As this is multiple choice question. Only one answer is expected to be correct or best fit. That is reason I created this as a poll. But when I received different answer than I thought to take it to discussion forum to have others view.
Still if you feel I am not clear then I will have a look again.
But what would be your choice and reason for that.
I agree it may not be the a good draft with given option.
for any quality assurance system, my experience is committment of top management and readiness to support / invest with timely needed quality resources and establishing robust quality managemnet/assurance system with clear responsibilities and expectations is the key influencing factor for Quality assurance
Thank you for your feedback, but I would like to know your choice among above mentioned option and reason for that.
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