What is a Group?

What is a Group?

1.  A group is a ‘catch all’ term to allow you to represent the various group type across your organisation e.g. ‘GDPR Working Group’, ‘Finance Committee’, ‘Sales & Marketing Team’ etc.

2. Generally speaking, a group is a collection of individuals that meet regularly for the purpose of progressing a specific subject matter through constructive, Agenda driven discussion.

3. During meetings a group typically engages in structured discussion, consensus building, decision making and may assign actions/tasks in a directed fashion in order to best harness the collective knowledge and efforts of the individual group members.

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