atw: Re: Method/1 documentation

I've always thought that Method 1 and related methodologies such as Method E 
etc were all proprietary methodologies developed and sold by Andersen 
Consulting, now Accenture. I may be wrong, but it could be a reason why you 
can't find a website or an explanation - you'd need to join Accenture first.

Correct me if I'm wrong.

John


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Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2005 9:47 AM
Subject: atw: Method/1 documentation


> Greetings all,
> Anyone familiar with Method/1 documentation?
> Any websites on the topic to suggest?
> I have not been very successful finding any that explain Method/1
> documentation.
> Thanx
> Mary
>
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