The fast track management model is a common sense, actionable process for strategic project management, used to deliver successful projects within available time, using available resources. Successful fast tracking relies on "right-sized" practices to deliver "re-sized" projects. Project "re-sizing" is appropriate when project demands exceed capabilities, and tradeoffs and adjustments must be made to deliver prioritized results. Fast tracking is designed to maximize available resources, and when combined with "re-sizing", gives you the ability overcome limitations to meet critical project needs.
Fast tracking begins with our set of flexible practices, ready to be adapted and applied as individual circumstances dictate. The key to managing the "fast track way" is to determine what is necessary, practical and possible (for any given project, at any given time) and to then adapt and apply fast track practices accordingly. Once project priorities and process capabilities have been determined, it takes just (5) phases and (6) deliverables to achieve fast track results.