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Volunteer in Vietnam

Sage Method co-founder Diana Kennedy ended her busy year by giving back. Diana was connected with an international project with Habitat for Humanity’s Global Village and had 10 months to plan and learn about the project she would participate in.

Why do we need a method?

Welcome to Sage Method. What is the method? It is a focus on the client and empowering them to keep improving long after the consultant leaves. It is educating management on ways they can support their staff through an understanding of what it takes to get them good...

A Consortium of Talent

It has always been an issue but recently freelancing has become a major trend. It keeps costs low while providing access to great talent. In the consulting industry, especially around capital projects, clients are beginning to select smaller outfits rather than pay “the big five’s” massive overhead rates. But unless they can get a freelancer under an existing contract, procuring services still takes time.

Volunteer in Vietnam

Sage Method co-founder Diana Kennedy ended her busy year by giving back. Diana was connected with an international project with Habitat for Humanity’s Global Village and had 10 months to plan and learn about the project she would participate in.

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A Consortium of Talent

It has always been an issue but recently freelancing has become a major trend. It keeps costs low while providing access to great talent. In the consulting industry, especially around capital projects, clients are beginning to select smaller outfits rather than pay “the big five’s” massive overhead rates. But unless they can get a freelancer under an existing contract, procuring services still takes time.

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Knowing Everything isn’t Knowing the Right Things

Sage as a component of wisdom through experience means that our staff is consistently learning, educating and improving. Kaizen is a strong foundation in our approach to empowering improvement through education and coaching. We also rely on understanding the strategy to prioritize the step-change needed to create a lasting improvement. We live the Method we teach, trying new techniques internally and sharing what we learn with our clients. The best and most effective components are integrated into our Sage Method.

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