Steering Committee Definition

A group of high-level stakeholders who are responsible for providing guidance on overall strategic direction. They do not take the place of a sponsor, but help to spread the strategic input and buy-in to a larger portion of the organization. The steering committee is usually made up of organizational peers, and is the combination of direct customers and indirect stakeholders.

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References
Tom Mochal and Jeff Mochal, Lessons in Project Management

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