stage-gate Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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stage-gateadjective [before noun]

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MANAGEMENT used to describe a ​point in a ​project or ​plan at which ​development can be ​examined and any important ​changes or decisions ​relating to ​costs, ​resources, ​profits, etc. can be made: a stage-gate model/process/system The ​projectplanneeds to show a comprehensive stage-gate ​process before ​funding is ​approved.
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