operational (adjective, op-er-a-tion-al, \ ˌɑːpəˈreɪʃənəl \) meeting (noun, meet-ing, \ ˈmiːt̬ɪŋ \)
Definition: is a regular formal assembly that involves both management and employees and serves to discuss and analyze the operations and the functions of the business team. Such meetings help address important operating and performance problems, plan for the short-term goals, and find ways to make the business operations more efficient. They allow the employees to discuss the problems connected with the workflow and to develop strategies in order to prevent the potential issues. Typically, operational meetings are held either daily or monthly. Daily operational meetings are usually called in the mornings in order to discuss current projects and their implementation.
In a Sentence:
- The next operation meeting concerning customer complaints will be held on Tuesday.
- A morning operational meeting can help the staff direct their attention towards the current goals and motivates them to perform better during the day.
- Because the head manager wants to keep us informed on the progress we’re making, we are going to have regular operational meetings.
Synonyms and related words: planning meeting, committee meeting, sales meeting