A work process is a repeatable series of steps for completing work. These can include human and automated steps that may run in parallel or sequentially. Work processes can be controlled by software such as a workflow or can be orchestrated by people. These range from personal productivity processes to business processes that involve thousands of people across multiple organizations. The following are illustrative examples of a work process.
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