A task is the steps for doing a particular piece of work.
Procedure are activities made up of a series of tasks.
A process is an upper level description of a series of activities required to accomplish an objective. Processes are made up of procedures or tasks. They have inputs and outputs.
|Flow of sequences of activities that transform input elements into results||Specific and required way to carry out a process||Describe the correct steps to perform a specific task|
|What we do By Whom Where it takes place When it happens||How the work must be performed||How to accomplish a specific task within a process with very detailed directions|
|Orchestration the work||Mandatory method||Mandatory guidance|
|Can link to 0, 1 or more procedures||It may consist of 0, 1 or more task instructions||Focus on the instructions of 1 task|
|Transversal by business units||Cross functional or only 1 business unit||Only 1 business unit|
|Participate more than one role||Participate more than one role||Participate only one role|
|Encapsulates activities||Explains how to do but doesn’t get to all the details of how it is done||All of the detail of all the steps to follow in an activity|
|Provides the workflow model at the highest level using BPMN||Document with both narrative and images, usually in the form of use cases and workflow diagrams||Document with the maximum detail that explains step by step the instructions that must be carried out in an activity|
This is the middle of a traditional document hierarchy and forms the Functional set of documents.