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What phrase is used in Latin America for a daily status meeting among coworkers or team members in a business setting?

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I can think of «reunión diaria de seguimiento» (or just «reunión diaria» or «reunión de seguimiento» if the context is clear). – Carlos Eugenio Thompson Pinzón Nov 14 '13 at 15:31
Then would reunión be more appropriate in this setting then la junta? – David Sopko Nov 14 '13 at 16:10
@DavidSopko Yes, "junta" is more used for decisions makers meetings ("junta directiva", "junta de accionistas", "junta de gobierno", etc.) – Dr. belisarius Nov 14 '13 at 19:08
@CarlosEugenioThompsonPinzón Your comment seems to have general acceptance. Why don't you promote it into an answer? :-) – Chewie Nov 15 '13 at 12:08
Carlos's answer is correct. In addition if the meeting were while you are setting up a business it would be montar un negocio or iniciar un negocio. – AlexBcn Nov 16 '13 at 14:05
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The best answer seems to be «reunión diaria de seguimiento».

«Seguimiento» translates as “follow-up”, “monitoring” or “tracking”, while a more literal translation to “status” would be «estado», but I think «seguimiento» is more appropriate than «estado» for this context. Otherwise it is a litteral translation of “daily status meeting.”

If context is clear then it can be shortened to «reunión diaria» or «reunión de seguimiento».

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