FastTracking - Erica Free PMAP 3211 Kahnweiler-Fall 2010...

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Erica Free PMAP 3211 Kahnweiler-Fall 2010 Organization Career Development Intervention- Fast Tracking Fast tracking according to businessdictionary.com is “to do more things in the same time in order to finish a job earlier than normal or planned.” (Fast tracking definition.) This particular definition is shaped to fit a project, but it can easily be translated into fast tracking for career development. Fast tracking in a career development sense is all about moving up more quickly than the normal person in that field. The purpose of fast tracking is to be able to perform at a management level in a short amount of time. This requires exceeding your competition and building strong relationships through networking. These skills can help you excel if you are on the fast track to a career. Fast tracking is very beneficial to the company in many ways. One benefit of fast tracking within the organization is that there are no wasted resources. If individuals are chosen at an early stage and started on the fast track to the next management position there will be less time used to train new employees, they will learn as they go which in turn will be more efficient. Also, the company will most likely spend less money on the
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course PMAP 3211 taught by Professor Kahnweiler during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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FastTracking - Erica Free PMAP 3211 Kahnweiler-Fall 2010...

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