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gate review meeting vs steering group meeting

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I have just read an answer about GRB (Gate Review Board) on this site. Based on this I'm wondering if the gate review meeting is the same thing  steering-committee group meeting that I'm used to have at each gate passing.

Is it that the two terms are used to mean the same thing? If not then what is the difference?
asked 10 years ago by anonymous edited 10 years ago by MaplePM

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The steering group meeting can also be a gate review meeting, and the steering group can also be the gate review board. Let me explain...

The gate review meeting is a meeting with a specific outcome to decide whether the project can move past the gate or not. The steering group meeting can be any high level meeting about the project (where the participants of this meeting are the steering group members). That meeting might a gate review meeting.

Also, in almost all cases, the gate review board is the same as the steering committee group.

So, in my opinion, your theory is more or less correct...
answered 10 years ago by MaplePM (46,940 points)

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