Meaning of work stream in English:

work stream

noun

British
  • A particular project, process, or area of operations within a business or organization.

    ‘the company rejigged its Australian operations to attract more specialists in its two work streams— industries and construction’
    ‘we have proposed a dedicated work stream to examine future business opportunities’
    • ‘We have established a work stream for data delivery.’
    • ‘Today's enterprises require a more holistic solution for bringing together disparate work streams and aligning organizations across departments and teams.’
    • ‘ It is a truly global deal involving lots of different work streams and multiple negotiations with different stakeholders.’
    • ‘This session will specifically showcase how to improve your customer experience by optimizing customer-facing work streams.’
    • ‘We have proposed a dedicated work stream to examine future business opportunities.’
    • ‘The architect will ensure architecture across work streams is cohesive and will ensure the technical integrity of the overall solution.’
    • ‘They will soon launch a work stream to develop potential guidance regarding best practices and methodologies.’
    • ‘I will also review a few other important work streams at Treasury, including Treasury's recent report outlining ways to streamline and reduce burdens of capital market regulation.’
    • ‘About 90 percent of IRS operations were closed during the shutdown, with some major work streams closed entirely during this period.’
    • ‘The program requires a highly competent team to effectively manage, monitor and report on project status in a very dynamic, challenging and changing environment across multiple work streams.’