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fast track

A method of construction management in which building construction begins before all construction details have been finalized in order to speed completion of the project.
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At Nabisco, there will be a general benefit shift from slow trackers to fast trackers; in the new plan, fast and slow trackers will receive comparable benefits as a percentage of final average pay.
According to the study, China, India, and Pakistan highlighted as 'fast trackers' also provide abundant growth opportunities to the upwardly mobile.
The Royal Grammar School is one of the top schools that have been selected by the Chinese organisers of the scheme and are fast trackers to top UK universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.
Fast trackers especially those who have previously attested qualifications can also gain recognition of their prior learning to complete their remaining studies in a shorter duration.
EARLY ON IN MY CAREER, I WAS INTRODUCED to the concept of fair-haired managers, fast trackers, golden rookies, and folks dubbed to be on the inside track.
So fast trackers and speedy boarders all had to wait.