electronic meeting

electronic meeting

(messaging, conferencing, meeting)
/e'lek-tro'nik mee'ting/ The use of a network of personal computers to improve communication that takes place in a meeting. The computers are used for typically 30-50% of the meeting. They do not eliminate conversation, discussion, or humour from the meeting.

Electronic meetings are effective with as few as two participants and with over 100 participants. Participants can be face-to-face in a meeting room or distributed around the world. They may all be participating at the same time or different times.

Getting Results from Electronic Meetings.
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Tenders are invited for cavan county council on behalf of the following local authorities (cavan county council and longford county council) invites tender responses to this request for tenders (rft) from economic operators for the supply of an electronic meeting manager system including support to the above-mentioned local authorities.
Primarily hung up on a single procedural change, Lake County Board members have rejected a long list of proposed rules modifications covering electronic meeting attendance, decorum and many other topics.
In the current age of digital transformation, moving from a physical to an electronic meeting of shareholders seems natural.
It also happens a lot that even when an end time is given (probably just because it's required in electronic meeting invitations), it is not honored.
Difficulty with electronic collaboration tools: Some people are hesitant to use collaboration tools such as video teleconference (VTC) or Web-based meeting programs because of the effort required to coordinate an electronic meeting, the difficulty in using the available tools, the poor quality of the tools (delayed video and audio, etc.), or because not every team member has access to the tool.
* Allows for the electronic meeting of many new friends across the world, vastly expanding our arena for friendships.
It explains the rules for group decision making, including for recruiting meeting participants, preparation, agendas, minutes, reports, and the mechanics of the decision-group process; group positions and roles; different kinds of decision groups (boards, advisory groups, and staff groups); high-quality decisions and their leadership and management; and electronic meeting formats.
To assist in the record keeping for the transfer of ideas and data, an organization can now use the Electronic Meeting. This type of group collaboration meeting is similar to a video conferencing.
The hotel's three boardrooms can fit 10-12 people each and are equipped with white boards connected to TVs, electronic meeting tables and video conferencing infrastructure that connect up to four locations simultaneously.
Valletta, Malta, January 14, 2011 --(PR.com)-- In April, Buissy.com will release v1 of a new natural electronic meeting place between vendors, of software and services that are focused to enhance business efficiency and communication, and their potential customers.
Electronic meeting systems (EMS), otherwise known as group support systems (GSS), can improve the productivity of many meetings involving large groups sharing information (Travica, 2005), and studies have shown that meeting time can be reduced up to 56% of (Grohowski, et al., 1990) and overall project time by up to 71% (Martz, et al., 1992).
Multilingual, electronic meeting systems over the past 20 years have supported a few languages (Aiken, 2008), but a recently developed system called Polyglot provides translations among 58 different languages in 3,306 combinations (Aiken & Ghosh, 2009).

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