Term Definition
work breakdown structure WBS, a tree-like structure with unique identification numbers consisting of levels used to plan and organize the work of the project. At the top level the same numbers are used in part to identify component systems and structures within the plant, and together these form the project breakdown structure.
work flow management In information technology, a work flow management application that assists system users in determining the task on which to work, accessing relevant information, controlling the necessary sequence of steps for completion of the task, passing data, decisions, and relevant information among those working on the same task, and provides task status information, resulting in improved process quality, productivity, and monitoring and reporting of critical factors.

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  Updated 13 February, 2017