a definite piece of work
Business; employment; undertaking; labor.
the lowest level of detail in a work plan, tasks are the detail steps necessary to complete an activity.
A generic term for work that is not included in the work breakdown structure, but potentially could be a further decomposition of work by the individuals responsible for that work. It is also the lowest level of effort on a project.
Français : TÂCHE Deutsch : FÜLLDIENST, Aufgabe (im Dienststück ohne Fahrdienst) Any continuous piece of non-driving work, performed by a driver. See also : NON DRIVING SPELL, STAND-BY
Any assessable work which contributes to the final subject mark. This includes practicals, tutorials, essays, project reports, quizzes and exams. The subject co-ordinator can create and name tasks to suit any subject structure.
A piece of work assigned to or expected of an individual(s).
A unit of work for the central processing unit.
A segment of work. ()
The basic unit of work for a processor.
A specific, definable activity to perform an assigned piece of work, often finished within a certain time.
In CICS, an infrastructure, consisting of control blocks to represent a dispatchable unit of work, initiated by a transaction identifier.
a mid-level work unit that is a functionally cohesive operation performed by a producer. A single responsibility of a producer will be fulfilled by the execution of one or more tasks. A task results in the creation, modification, or evaluation of a version of one or more work products. Contrast with activity and technique.
a piece of work that is assigned and has to be done ..... return
a set of interactions performed by user to complete a peace of work.
any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted; "he prepared for great undertakings"
a concrete piece of
a job, a single unit of work that is
a logical step in a Schedule , it can be seen as a sequential set of steps the NPC must take in order to accomplish a schedule
a major unit of work or significant component of the job
a means of recording work in progress and work outstanding for the current model element
a mid-level work unit that models a functionally cohesive operation performed by one or more producers
an action designed to contribute a specified end result to the accomplishment of an objective
an atomic work unit that performs some action
an element of the project which usually results in a single deliverable which might take the form of a document or tangible component of the required deliverable
an identifiable piece of work that needs to be done by one or more members of a Department if a Project is to be completed successfully
an independent unit of work in your job
a particular work action performed to accomplish a duty
a particular work action performed to accomplish the duty
a personal or work-related duty or errand you want to track
a personal or work-related entry you want to track through to completion
a piece of work to be accomplished
a short-duration unit of work that may be better suited to more traditional transactional semantics
a standalone set of steps intended to accomplish a goal (i
a typically defined as a unit of work, that is, a set of activities
a unit of work, a business activity normally performed by one person
The lowest unit of discrete work which can be identified. An activity may be composed of many tasks. Tasks are highly repetitive, highly formalized, and rigidly defined.
A work assignment (i.e., subject to management accountability) to accomplish a specified objective.
is a discrete, identifiable and meaningful component of work that can be assessed.
The smallest definition of a discrete piece of work, required for the production of an object and used for tracking purposes. Since time tracking requires tasks to take approximately 2 days of effort, some logical pieces of work may be split into multiple tasks.
A subunit of a job or the group of activities that accomplishes the work objective or job.
(n.) In resource management process collective that represents a set of work over time. Each task is associated with one project.
Tasks are part of a project. Tasks have: Scheduled Start and End Real Start and End A work volume A dedicated user or team to do the work. A percentage of completion of the work.
The smallest essential part of a job. A unit of work activity that is a logical and necessary action in the performance of a job. I
A discrete, identifiable and meaningful component of work that is carried out for a specific purpose and leads to a particular outcome.
a unit of mental or physical work that has a definable start and finish, that is made up of several smaller units (sub-tasks or task elements), and that consumes time on the order of minutes (not seconds or hours); a sub-unit of a function; can be characterized in terms of information requirements and the knowledges, skills, abilities, and other attributes needed by the worker; may be associated with management expectations for speed and accuracy (performance requirements).
A piece of work requiring effort, resources and having a concrete outcome (a deliverable). Although a task may be of any size (a project is a very large task), the term task is ...
Event level used in describing the work flow at the lowest level; preceded by Activities. Activities describe "what" is done. Tasks describe "how" the activity is done.
An activity that has a beginning and an ending. The completion of a task is important to the project's completion. Projects are made up of tasks
Identified outcome to be achieved by an activity or sequence of actions... AS 5090 Work Process Analysis for...
Something which must be done. Usually, the smallest unit of work which can be scheduled or defined.
A task tracks estimate, budget, cost, committed, and billing amounts--;as well as billable and non-billable hours. Each task supports two taxable rates. A job ticket can have from one to hundreds tasks (10-20 tasks are typical). Each task can include several lines of notes, which may or may not appear on estimates and invoices. Tasks remember the last date worked from time sheets. Tasks can be grouped on estimates and invoices, then sorted. A task's income and expense settings--;the dGL and cGL--;are added to vendor and client invoices automatically.
(1) In a multiprogramming or multiprocessing environment, one or more sequences of instructions treated by a control program as an element of work to be accomplished by a computer. , ANSI. (2) A routine that is used to simulate the operation of programs. Tasks are said to be nonpreemptive when only a single task is executing at any one time.
A discrete unit of work performed by an individual as part of a business process. Each task description specifies who is responsible for the task, what work is required (for example, "review the attached,") and when the task must be completed. The object on which the work must be performed is attached to the task.
A task is a group of activities that accomplish a minor objective
A unit of work in IDMS-CV/DC.
A work activity that is discrete, observable, performed within a limited period of time, and which leads to a product, service or decision. See also Skill.
Any piece of work that has to be done. A task can be broken down into smaller units or steps (sub-tasks).
A single program or process required to accomplish the objectives of an accountability from which a measurable output or service is produced.
A task is one piece or item of work that must be completed as part of a workflow project.
A sequence of instructions treated as a basic unit of work.
The smallest describable unit of accomplishment in completing a deliverable.
A distinct, identifiable work activity composed of motions.
1) In project management, the lowest level to which work can be subdivided on a project. 2) In activity-based cost accounting, a task, a subdivision of an activity, is the least amount of work. Tasks are used to describe activities.
A clearly out-lined piece of work a single person independently from others may fulfill. Tasks can be composed to processes.
In project management a task is an activity that needs to be accomplished within a defined period of time. Tasks can be linked together to create dependencies. Nowadays, software developers have created incredibly efficient solutions to ease the project managers' work, as well as each member of the project's efficiency.
A clearly defined and measurable activity accomplished by individuals and organizations. Tasks are specific activities which contribute to the accomplishment of encompassing missions or other requirements.
The lowest unit of work in a project; a subdivision of project work. Each project can have a set of top-level tasks and a hierarchy of subtasks below each top-level task.
A statement of desired results for a contract work statement requirement.
a discrete behavior that is observable
a discrete job that your program must perform as part of its overall operation, such as sending a line of text to a printer, sorting an array into numerical order, or calculating a cube root
a personal or work-related project, assignment, or errand to track through to completion
a specification of work (a function) to be performed
The same as an activity. Tasks are pieces of work done by staff over a period of time and produce one or more deliverables.
In a multiprogramming or multiprocessing environment, one or more sequences of instructions treated by a control program as an element of work to be accomplished by a computer. (I) (A) In a Tivoli environment, the definition of an action that must be routinely performed on various managed nodes throughout the network. A task defines the executables to be run when the task is executed, the authorization role required to execute the task, and the user or group name under which the task will execute.
In project management, the smallest unit of work subject to management accountability; a work assignment for one or more project members fulfilling a role, as defined in a work breakdown structure.
The basic unit of work to be performed by the computer. A program typically consists of a number of tasks, such as reading data, performing calculations, and writing output. A common way to parallelize a program is to divide up the tasks and assign one task to each processor or node. For this reason, the term "task" is sometimes used interchangeably with processor or node in discussions of parallel programming.
The procedures that include goals, steps, skills, start state, inputs, end state, and outputs required to accomplish an activity. They can be organized into larger tasks such as driving to work and sub-tasks such as opening the car door.