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 Long-running projects face the challenge that either the process instance used throughout the project lifetime is getting outdated or at best does not benefit from process improvements,​ or the process instance gets updated on a regular basis but might demand additional tasks to be executed for process parts that were already completed in the past. Long-running projects face the challenge that either the process instance used throughout the project lifetime is getting outdated or at best does not benefit from process improvements,​ or the process instance gets updated on a regular basis but might demand additional tasks to be executed for process parts that were already completed in the past.
  
-A process is typically divided into phases that have a defined completion gate and time (typically a milestone) and have a chronological order. Therefore those phases are a suitable entity to distinguish process parts taht are already completed and need to be stable from process parts that are still executed and therefore should get updated.+A process is typically divided into phases that have a defined completion gate and time (typically a milestone) and have a chronological order. Therefore those phases are a suitable entity to distinguish process parts that are already completed and need to be stable from process parts that are still executed and therefore should get updated.
  
 //Note: While this guide uses the terminology of freezing phases Stages is not restricted to using phases as freezable elements but almost any kind of element.// //Note: While this guide uses the terminology of freezing phases Stages is not restricted to using phases as freezable elements but almost any kind of element.//