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Tasks are used to achieve outcomes. A task consists of several activities that are undertaken to produce these outcomes and to meet the quality requirements.

Every task is assigned a role with responsibility to complete the task.

Interrelated tasks are grouped  into modules.

Tasks and their outcomes are listed in the project breakdown structure and allocated to phases and milestones. Tasks which lead to a decision end with a milestone.

Task descriptions are not substitutes for knowledge of the methods and practices to be used, or for the qualifications required.

Overview of Tasks

The table below shows the tasks of each module and the partner responsible for completing them.

Module Task User Developer Operator

Agile Development

Create a Release Plan

X

Decide on Agile Development Using SCRUM

X

Introduce SCRUM

X

Keep a Product Backlog

X

Work in Sprints

X

Deployment Organization

Decide on Acceptance

X

Decide on Launching Operation

X

Decide on Preliminary Acceptance

X

Design Deployment Concept

X

Execute Deployment

X

Prepare Deployment

X

Information Security and Data Protection

Create an ISDP Concept

X

Decide on ISDP Concept

X

Realize ISDP Concept

X

Transfer ISDP Concept

X

IT Migration

Conduct Migration

X

Decide on Acceptance of Migration

X

Decommission Legacy System

X

Design a Migration Concept

X

Implement Migration Procedure

X

IT Operation

Activate Operation

X

Design an Operating Concept

X

Implement Operation

X

Integrate System into Operating Environment

X

IT System

Activate System

X

Decide on System Architecture

X

Design an Integration Concept

X

Design a System Concept

X

Implement Prototype

X

Implement System

X

Prepare System Integration

X

Organizational Structure

Activate Organizational Structure

X X

Design a Concept for the Organizational Structure

X X

Implement Organizational Structure

X X

Procurement

Create a Procurement Plan

X

Decide on Call for Tender

X

Decide on Contract Award

X

Draw up an Agreement

X

Evaluate Offers

X

Issue a Call for Tender

X

Prepare a Call for Tender

X

Product

Activate Product

X

Design a Product Concept

X X

Implement Product

X

Project Foundations

Analyze Protection Needs

X

Analyze the Legal Framework

X

Conduct a Study

X

Project Management

Agree on and Control Deliverables

X

Create a Project Charter

X

Deal with Problems and Benefit from Lessons Learned

X

Decide on an Option

X

Lead Change Management

X

Manage and Control a Project

X

Manage and Control Initiation

X

Manage Risks

X

Manage Stakeholders and Communication

X

Perform Quality Assurance

X

Prepare Phase Release

X

Prepare Project Closure

X

Project Steering

Commission and Steer the Initiation

X

Decide on Phase Release

X

Decide on Project Closure

X

Decide on Project Release

X

Steer a Project

X

Testing

Conduct Testing

X

Design a Test Concept

X

Set up a Test Infrastructure

X

Transfer Test Concept and Test Infrastructure

X

Task Description

Explanation of Task Description

Every task has a task description.

All task descriptions have the same structure:

  • Purpose of task
  • Main Idea:  Creates basic understanding of the task
  • HERMES Features: Describes how exactly HERMES supports the task in question
  • Activities: Describes how the task is executed. If possible, the activities are listed in the order in which they need to be executed
  • Relationships (online version only): Shows how a task relates to modules, outcomes, and roles
  • Outcomes (book version only): Shows which outcomes are generated by the task