These are the terminologies according to ISO 9000, the standard that defines the vocabulary for quality management systems: - Process: a group of activities related to each other that transform inputs to intended results. Examples of processes are a purchase process, change process, and the software development process. - Activity: the smallest identifiable piece of work to be performed. For example, in a purchase process, activities may be submitting a purchase request, require a quotation from the vendor, or evaluate a vendor proposal. - Procedure: a specific way to perform an activity or a process. For example, in the activity of submitting a purchase request you can have a procedure for submitting the request manually (i.e., by means of a written document), or through an information system. - Function: actions necessary to carry out an activity. For example, to submit a purchase request through an information system, the user needs to access the system, open a request, fill in the request, and send the request. - Policy: intentions and direction provided by management to guide an organization. Examples are the Quality Management Policy, Information Security Management Policy, etc.
ISO 27001 does not prescribe which level of details must be considered for documentation. Regarding this issue it only has a note that documents can vary from organization to organization, considering: - the size of the organization - type of activities, processes, products, and services - the complexity of processes and their interactions - the competence of persons.
Considering that, you should detail the information considering the needs and competence of the people that will use it. In the toolkit you bought you can see the level of details in each template