kick-off meeting

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Etymology[edit]

Derived by analogy with the kick-off that begins each playing period in soccer, American football, and rugby.

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Noun[edit]

kick-off meeting (plural kick-off meetings)

  1. The first official meeting of a group of people who will be working together on a project. The agenda will usually include introductions, statement(s) of mission, and organization of teams or working-groups. The implication is that there will be more meetings to follow.