a list of topics to be covered in a meeting. agendas also usually note the meeting's time, length, and location and the members who will attend. complete agendas provide background information and outcome goals
a question addressed (by name) to a particular individual
in a meeting conducted according to parliamentary procedure, a specific proposal for action that must be seconded in order to be discussed by the group
nominal group technique (NGT)
a five-phase method for giving group members' ideas equal chance at consideration
a question directed at all members of a group, inviting a response from any member
an established set of rules that govern the process of conducting meetings. codified in Robert's Rules of Order
in groups, a question asked by one member and which the leader then addresses to the entire group
a request that asks a group member to explain how his or her seemingly off-track idea relates to the group task.
in groups, a question asked of the leader and which the leader refers back to the person who asked it
a technology that allows participants in two or more locations to see and speak with each other
the holding of a meeting or conference by means of audio and visual transmissions that enable two or more geographically separated persons to see, hear, and talk to each other.