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The Activities Aspect



Activities are what organizations do - collecting money from the public, building houses, lecturing students, displaying fine art, producing television programmes or giving financial advice.


Some activities are concerned with producing the products or service (line-of-business).  Other activities will be management processes or monitoring that regulations are being adhered to.  There are also those of a more incidental nature, such as conducting factory tours and organizing staff days out.

Activities include not only what business consultants refer to as 'processes' - where things get done (submitting an expense claim, making a sale) but also all those other activities which take place in organizations such as holding meetings, reviewing salaries or making presentations.


The five elements of Activities

Line-of-business
Support

Management

Compliance

Incidental

Producing the deliverables
Making line-of-business activities effective
Planning, organizing, controlling
Required for legal reasons
Activities not in the above categories  >>>