How can anyone know “everything without knowing anything”? Based on the Information Measurement Theory (IMT) individuals can take simple information combined with deductive logic and increase their learning speed by five times. They can minimize the need to collect and analyze detailed information to understand the cause and effect of reality. They can use natural laws and logic to simplify their lives. They can find out who they are, why they are different and how they can enjoy a better life with less stress and worry. They will also be able to apply the same reasoning to quickly understand other people.
With this increased understanding, an individual can release the stress and worry caused by “seemingly unpredictable” events happening around them by knowing that they alone control their life. They will be able to see into the future.
The book then explains how to apply the IMT into the business sector through the “Best Value Approach” (BVA). Applications of the BVA are limitless. More detailed information can be found in the books “2016 Information Measurement Theory” and “2016 The Best Value Approach”.
About the Author:
- Dean Kashiwagi is a professor at Arizona State University’s Del E. Webb School of Construction and Director of the Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG).
- Kashiwagi has developed a system that streamlines the process of purchasing and contract management so that the most qualified vendors are selected and empowered to perform their expertise at an optimal level. These books explain the theory behind the system, give examples of its implementation, and provide detailed instructions on how to implement.
The technology has been tested over 1800 times totaling over $6 Billion ($4.2B in construction projects and $2.2B in non-construction/professional service projects) with a 98% success rate since 1994.
With every purchase of the book set, we will be including the newest book “How to know everything without knowing everything”. It is a condensed version of both books that can be read in one night. It contains everything necessary for professionals to learn and implement the Best Value Approach.