Members of a committee hold a committee meeting in an organization. A committee is a subgroup of people that come together for a predetermined goal. Orgnizations form committees for different reasons, such as overseeing a company’s actions, acting as a governing body, or specific projects. Usually, the committee is temporary and is disbanded after meeting the goal.
During a committee meeting, people usually discuss the team rules, objectives, and actions. Then the team comes together to achieve the committee’s aim. The committee meeting takes a board meeting or team meeting, depending on the committee’s function. A committee meeting holds regularly, and a secretary may preside the meeting. The secretary also takes down minutes and circulates the meeting’s agenda beforehand. These meetings also tend to follow preset rules concerning meeting length, voting processes, and meeting frequency.« Back to Glossary Index