12 March, 2022
Project governance is an important part of project management processes – even if it's not the most exciting part of getting work done.
As a project manager, part of your role is shepherding the work through the project lifecycle. That means moving it on from idea to done and keeping it all on track as you go. Governance is a key part of that, and gate reviews are part of navigating through the project.
Gate reviews, or stage reviews are part of the PRINCE2® process, and also part of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority's Project Roadmap in the Governance module. Decision gates are part of empowering decision-making and ensuring the right people make the call as to whether a project progresses (or is closed).
They don't really make an appearance in the PMBOK® Guide, although obviously it's good practice to use a structured method of moving between phases.
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