The Sage Method uses a set of templates refined over the years that keep the most important concepts to finding and implementing value. The toolshed doesn’t focus on delivering a 400 page document that no one will read, it recognizes the new normal of informal communication, a changing workplace and need to be transparent and auditable.
Examples of the Toolshed include:
- Facilitation playbook for consistent requirements gathering.
- Tools for capturing and evaluating continuous improvement.
- Training on visual-oriented communication and management.
- Collaboration sites for transparency and near real-time updates.
- Train-the-trainer on using the Sage Method.
“You have to design the tool around the process, not the process around the tool.” ~ Cari Stieglitz
Tools and Processes
Systems don’t solve problems except through the right handling by the people.