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Part IV: Conducting team meetings > Introductory meetings

Chapter 11. Introductory meetings

Explanation

After the team has been assigned, you should schedule an introductory meeting and set team goals. The purpose of an introductory meeting is to familiarize team members with each other, introduce the facilitator and recorder, and clarify questions that team members might have. You should also review the expected result of the team, the project budget, time frames, and other boundaries within which the team will work. The team should then decide on the frequency of meetings and select a time and a place to hold them. During this introductory meeting, you can use team-building exercises to increase members’ familiarity and comfort with one another.


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