Task routine is a general expression used to describe unvarying repetition of one or more consistent tasks to be performed at fixed or regular time intervals. It is always managed under certain prescribed rules or standards by one individual or a group of individuals joint into a team.
Task routine is used in various fields of management. For example, in project management task routine is used to determine a step-by-step sequence of tasks (with definite start and end points) that must be followed in the same order by the team to properly perform a standardized process or procedure. In business management it refers to a series of logically related activities (such as planning, manufacturing, sales) joint together and performed by employees to produce a definite set of business results, such as sales increased, products manufactured, investments made, etc.
Task routines are planned and performed under rules of effective task management. It means that for creating an example of task routine you need to define a goal per task, set priorities, sequence tasks, assign resources, etc. To-do lists, schedules and templates created by means of a task management program (e.g. VIP Task Manager) are usually used to efficiently plan and manage task routine.