- August 30, 2011
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Many organizations hold gate meetings at various stages of product development to determine if projects should progress to the next stage of development, if any changes need to be made, and if the work being done aligns with the organization's strategic goals. Even though most organizations conduct these meetings, they do not necessarily conduct them effectively. This article compares the gate practices of top performing organizations to those of bottom performers, revealing key elements that every gate meeting should have in order to yield the insights, decisions, and results the organization wants.