What is Definition of AD Hoc Process

An ad hoc process is a process that is created or carried out for a specific purpose or situation, often in an improvised or unplanned manner. This type of process is typically not part of an organization’s formal or standardized procedures, but rather a temporary solution to address a particular need or problem.

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