Why Experts Shouldn’t Collaborate in Business | Project Management Institute
Collaboration is another form of micro-management. Collaboration is a nice sounding buzzword. Many businesses think that more collaboration is better, but it creates more issues.
Experts shouldn’t collaborate. Experts know what is best for a project. If they collaborate, then they depreciate their expertise by listening to non-experts. In this video, Dr. Dean Kashiwagi explains the inefficiency of collaboration and describes how project managers should work with experts to cut costs and improve performance.
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Video Link: https://youtu.be/fbaKYvoxtE4
Concepts and processes used are from the Best Value Approach (BVA) developed by Dr. Dean Kashiwagi in 1992 at PBSRG and KSM inc.. It has been tested over 2,000 times delivering $6.6B of services in 10 different countries saving 30% of the project costs. BVA is the most licensed intellectual property (IP) developed at Arizona State University, voted the Most Innovative University in the country for four years in a row. The BVA is a unique procurement and project management philosophy. It is a game-changer in the optimization of services in the age of information systems, robotics, and project management automation. Footage comes from free procurement courses and live presentations on management skills vs leadership skills. The founding philosophy is the Information Measurement Theory.