Time is a competitive weapon. Even the best strategies,
tactics, systems, and people will lose the battle if they arrive at the
battlefield too late.
Princeton Consultants employs a comprehensive methodology we call RAD (Rapid
Action Delivery), which unifies the four principle building blocks of business
success: strategy, process, organization, and technology. Through RAD, we help
organizations rapidly create new processes for situations that demand precise
integration of business planning, systems development and field implementation.
One of the most powerful tools of RAD methodology is the RAD Session: a
facilitated, interactive discussion that serves as a springboard to action. A RAD
Session brings all the primary stakeholders of a particular initiative together.
Guided by Princeton Consultants expert facilitator through a series of analytical,
customized frameworks, executives gain clarity and consensus, and then take
decisive action. Princeton's RAD Session whitepaper describes the process in
Compared with traditional methods, RAD uses
shorter project phases, bringing benefits to the
field quickly, and it builds incrementally on the
established base. The RAD methodology
reflects the business reality that speed, cost-
effectiveness and quality must be combined so
that organizations do not have to wait years for
- Small, high-powered teams, with short, phased timeframes
- Simultaneous (rather than sequential) team assignments
- Building block orientation: incremental analysis, design,
development, and implementation cycles
- Commitment to flexible, realistic, high quality solutions
using a best practices approach
- Time definite deliveries
- Leveraging advanced technologies where appropriate
- Understanding and mastering a turbulent, changing environment
As the world moves faster, the ability to deliver applications rapidly is more than a
one-shot campaign. It is an enterprise survival skill.