Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta organización reuniones. Mostrar todas las entradas
Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta organización reuniones. Mostrar todas las entradas

jueves, 28 de mayo de 2020

Tipos de reuniones / kinds of meetings

Tipo de reunión 1: Reuniones de actualización de estado
Tipo de Reunión 2: Reuniones para Compartir Información
Tipo de Reunión 3: Reuniones de Toma de Decisiones.
Tipo de Reunión 4: Reuniones para Resolución de Problemas.
Tipo de Reunión 5: Reuniones de Innovación.
Tipo de Reunión 6: Reuniones de Creación de Equipos

The term "meeting" may refer to a lecture (one presentation), seminar (typically several presentations, small audience, one day), conference (mid-size, one or more days), congress (large, several days), exhibition or trade show (with manned stands being visited by passers-by), workshop (smaller, with active participants), training course, team-building session and kick-off event.

Common types of meeting include:

Committee meeting, a coming-together of a defined subset of an organization
Investigative meeting, generally when conducting a pre-interview, exit interview or a meeting among the investigator and representative
Kickoff meeting, the first meeting with a project team and the client of the project to discuss the role of each team-member
Town hall meeting, an informal public gathering.
Work meeting, which produces a product or intangible result such as a decision[citation needed]; compare working group.
Board meeting, a meeting of the board of directors of an organization
Management meeting, a meeting among managers
Staff meeting, typically a meeting between a manager and those that report to that manager
Team meeting, in project contexts - a meeting among colleagues working on various aspects of a team project.
Other varieties include breakfast meetings off-site meetings (or Awayday meetings in the UK), and "stand-up meetings" where participants stand up to encourage brevity.

Since a meeting can be held once or often, the meeting organizer has to determine the repetition and frequency of occurrence of the meeting: one-time, recurring meeting, or a series meeting such as a monthly "lunch and learn" event at a company, church, club or organization in which the placeholder is the same, but the agenda and topics to be covered vary.[citation needed] In Russian, a "flying meeting" (Russian: летучий митинг, romanized: letuchij miting) is a hastily-called brief meeting.