Generically, an activity or set of activities that might be defined as part of a process. When used within a phrase such as 'Standard Operational Task' it defines a well documented, controlled, proceduralised, and usually low risk, activity. The procedure controlling the manner in which the task is carried out would be subject to formal Change Control. Technical Observation Post A prearranged meeting of specialist technical support staff from within the IT support organisation brought together to focus on specific aspects of IT availability.
The smallest indivisible part of an activity that is needed to track a project, such that it becomes impractical, or of no benefit, to break down the activity any further.
A task identifies an activity for which a user wants to separately budget or monitor costs. Tasks allow a user the ability to further define a project into separate functions for which the user can separately budget and monitor expenditures. A user has the ability to define top-level task definitions for all project types.
In scheduling, the smallest unit of activity that G2 performs.
a complete activity resulting in a product or service that has value
a description of process sequential activity
an activity which is carried out within a certain time limit and through a responsible person
an identifiable activity involving the sharing of data between several users
a single activity such as a mailshot
a small grained programming activity, such as entering a fragment of Smalltalk code for the LearningWorks system to evaluate
In ASAP, a specific event to be performed by a project team member. Several tasks make up an activity in the Roadmap.
the smallest indivisible part of an activity when it is broken down to a level best understood and performed by a specific person or organisation.
The smallest measurable activity performed to change inputs into outputs.
An activity that has business value, is initiated by a user, and is performed by software.
Synonym for activity.
An activity, exercise, or question requiring students to solve a specific problem or demonstrate knowledge of specific topics or processes.