Become familiar with Workday commonly used terms:

Business ProcessA business process is a sequence of one or more tasks that accomplishes a desired objective. Examples of business processes are hiring an employee or paying an invoice. Actions that can be taken on a business process include Approve, Deny, Cancel, Correct, Rescind, and View.
Cost CenterA worktag that identifies a unit within USM where a budget is assigned. Cost centers may roll up into a cost center hierarchy.
Foundation Data Model (FDM)The Foundation Data Model (FDM) will replace our current chart of accounts. All financial transactions are impacted by the FDM, which is a multi-dimensional structure. It is the framework that will support financial and management reporting.
Related ActionPossible actions available for a given report or topic, that are accessible off of the given report or topic.
SubmitAction in Workday that triggers a task.
Supervisory OrganizationThe supervisory organization (aka Sup Org) is the grouping of employees who report to the same manager. In Workday, these groupings are then built into a hierarchy that defines the reporting structure and organizational chart.
TaskA business process step that you must complete. For example, task alert notifications are triggered by steps in a business process.
TenantThe instance of Workday shared by all USM employees.
To-DosTo-Dos are reminders to do something outside of the Workday system. They can be part of business processes, and have to be marked complete before the workflow will go to the next step.
WorkletIcons on Workday homepage that provide access to groups of related tasks. Used to organize tasks and reports by functional areas.
WorktagWorktags are keywords that you can assign to transactions and supporting data to make their business purposes clear and establish common relationships through classification. Worktags allow you to find information more easily, filter searches to focused results, and analyze information.