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In the 2012 presidential race, according to Federal Election Commission data 96 percent of all campaign contributions from Ivy League faculty and employees2年总统选举中 根据联邦选举委员会数据 常春藤盟校教职员工有96%的捐赠went to Barack Obama都给了巴拉克·奥巴马Ninety-six percent There was more disagreement among the old Soviet Politburo96%前苏联政治局的差异than there is among Ivy League donors都比常春藤盟校捐赠者大That statistic should give us pause这一统计数字发人深思and I say that as someone who endorsed President Obama for reelection虽然我也持奥巴马总统的再次当选because let me tell you, neither party has a monopoly on truth但我认为任何派别都不应当垄断真理or God on its side或让上帝总站在它那一边When 96 percent of Ivy League donors prefer one candidate to another96%常春藤盟校捐赠者偏向于某一位候选人you have to wonder whether students are being exposed to the diversity of views这就不得不让人怀疑 这些大学中的学生是否获得了that a great university should offer他们应当获得的观点多样性Diversity of gender, ethnicity, and orientation is important性别 人种 取向多样性都很重要but a university cannot be great if its faculty is politically homogenous但一所大学还应当有政治多样性 否则就称不上伟大In fact, the whole purpose of granting tenure to professors实际上 为教授提供终生教职就是为了is to ensure that they feel free to conduct research on ideas保他们能够自由地进行研究that run afoul of university politics and societal norms而不用害怕研究主题同学校政治和社会规范不一致When tenure was created最初的终身教职it mostly protected liberals whose ideas ran up against conservative norms是为了保护同保守派规范相冲突的自由派思想Today, if tenure is going to continue而现在 终身教职如果要继续存在it must also protect conservatives whose ideas run up against liberal norms就必须保护同自由派规范相冲突的保守派思想Otherwise, university research and the professors who conduct it will lose credibility否则 大学研究和进行研究的教授就会失去信誉Great universities must not become predictably partisan伟大的大学不应当戴有党派的有色眼镜And a liberal arts education must not be an education in the art of liberalism教育不应当成为自由主义的教育The role of universities is not to promote an ideology大学的角色不应当是宣扬某一种意识形态It is to provide scholars and students而应当是为学者和学生with a neutral forum for researching and debating issues提供问题研究和辩论的中立论坛without tipping the scales in one direction or repressing unpopular views不让天平朝任何一个方向倾斜不抑制不受欢迎的观点 201410/337140Dean Ellis, honored guests, faculty, family, friends, and the Class of 2015,I cannot begin to express my gratitude for your generosity today. Thank you so much for inviting me to join you in celebrating your graduation! Three years ago, I could never have comprehended such an opportunity. Thank you, thank you, thank you.About three years ago today, I was right where you are. I was sitting in a folding chair, just like that one, and I was wearing my cap and gown, waiting to walk on stage. But I wasnt graduating. When they shook my hand and took my picture, they handed me an empty folder. You see at Stanford, they let you ;walk; through graduation even if you havent actually finished the requirements necessary to get your diploma. You get to pretend that you are graduating just like everyone else, even though you arent. The University had created this program for students who were using the summer term to finish up their degrees. I was using it because I was embarrassed, and I didnt want to be left out of the celebrations. What was I going to do? Stay in my dorm room while all of my friends processed into the stadium and tossed their caps into the air without me? So I sat in the hot sun and I listened to Cory Booker talk for what felt like quite a while, and I waved to my family who had traveled all the way to Stanford to watch me not to graduate. By the way, hi, Mom!It only recently occurred to me, while preparing this address, how totally absurd this whole charade was. It reminded me that oftentimes we do all sorts of silly things to avoid appearing different. Conforming happens so naturally that we can forget how powerful it is – we want to be accepted by our peers – we want to be a part of the group. Its in our biology. But the things that make us human are those times we listen to the whispers of our soul and allow ourselves to be pulled in another direction. Conformity is so fascinating and so pervasive that it has been studied for a very long time. See, it turns out there are two things that can dramatically reduce conformity in a group setting. The first is a single dissenting voice, and the second is the ability to communicate privately with other members of the group. Our government gives us the right to privacy and the right to express ourselves freely in the hope that we might mitigate conformity. Democracy wasnt designed to promote popular thought. It was architected to protect dissent. For, as President Kennedy said, ;Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.;I recently fell in love with a story about a great piece of American art. And its about a guy named Bob Rauschenberg. He was a young artist, and he went to go visit his idol. You know, he really loved this guy and he was totally terrified. He was so nervous that he was clutching a bottle of Jack Daniels for liquid courage. And the truth is: he actually wasnt just visiting. He was visiting Bill de Kooning to ask for something. He wanted one of Bill de Koonings drawings. You see, Bill de Kooning, he was a dumb guy, he knew exactly what Rauschenberg was up to, because Rauschenberg had recently been experimenting with his own art. He had been creating these drawings and then erasing them. But that wasnt enough for Bob Rauschenberg, because Bob Rauschenberg didnt want to just erase his own art, he wanted to erase the art of his hero. So de Kooning obliged but he took his time, and he tortured the young artist as he wandered around his studio in search of the perfect drawing. He didnt want to just give him a random drawing. He wanted it to be something really great, something that he really loved. And he finally settled on a drawing that was very, very hard to erase. It was comprised of layers of lead and charcoal. And he generously gave it to Bob Rauschenberg. According to Bob, it took nearly two months to erase the drawing. But it was Jasper Johns who came along and framed it and he gave that drawing a title, called ;Erased de Kooning by Bob Rauschenberg.; It was Jasper Johns who recognized that in the process of erasing de Koonings work, Bob Rauschenberg had actually created something new, his own new work of art.I love this story because Bill de Kooning had the humility to recognize that the greatest thing we can do is provide the best possible foundation for those who come after us. We must welcome our own erasure. So Im asked one question most often: ;Why didnt you sell your business? It doesnt even make money. Its a fad. You could be on a boat right now. Everybody loves boats. What is wrong with you?; And I am now convinced that the fastest way to figure out if you are doing something that is truly important to you is to find someone who offers you a bunch of money to part with it. So the best thing is that no matter whether or not you sell, you will learn something very valuable about yourself. If you sell, you will know immediately that it wasnt the right dream anyways. And if you dont sell, youre probably onto something. Maybe you have the beginning of something meaningful. But dont feel bad if you sell out. Just dont stop there. I mean, gosh, we would have sold our first company, for sure. But no one wanted to buy it. When we decided not to sell our business, people called us a lot of things besides crazy – things like arrogant and entitled. The same words that Ive heard used to describe our generation time and time again. The Millennial Generation. The ;Me; Generation. Well, its true. We do have a sense of entitlement, a sense of ownership, because, after all, this is the world we were born into, and we are responsible for it.The funny thing about ;Erased de Kooning; is that it isnt for sale. Its safe and sound in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Its tremendously valuable, but it bears no price. You aly have inside of you all of the amazing things you need to follow the dreams that you have. And if you get stuck along the way, theres a ton of free information available on the Internet. Have faith in yourself and the person you are going to become. Know that you are capable of all of the growth that will be expected of you and that you expect from yourself. You will tackle every challenge headed your way – and if you dont – it wont be for lack of trying. Someone will always have an opinion about you. Whatever you do wont ever be enough. So find something important to you. Find something that you love. You are going to make a lot of mistakes. Ive aly made a ton of them – some of them very publicly – and it will feel terrible, but it will be okay. Just apologize as quickly as you can and pray for forgiveness.When you leave here, youre going to face a great challenge: a full-time job. And the hardest part is going to be getting used to solving problems that dont yet have answers. In times of despair, you may believe the cynic who tells you that one person cannot make a difference – and there are times it may be hard to see your own impact. I beg you to remember that it is not possible at this time or at any time to know the end results of our efforts. That is for our God alone. Please voice your dissent, anticipate your erasure, and find something you arent willing to sell.Congratulations to the class of 2015! Fight on!201507/388166

  This week, together with our allies and partners, we reached an historic understanding with Iran, which, if fully implemented, will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon and make our country, our allies, and our world safer.本周,我们与盟友和伙伴国家一起,与伊朗达成了历史性的共识,这一意见如果得到全面执行,将能防止伊朗获得核武器,并确保我们的国家、盟友和全世界更加安全。This framework is the result of tough, principled diplomacy. Its a good deal-a deal that meets our core objectives, including strict limitations on Irans program and cutting off every pathway that Iran could take to develop a nuclear weapon.这一框架协议的达成是艰苦而执着的外交努力的结果。这是一份成功的协议,符合我们的核心目标,包括了对伊朗核计划的严厉限制措施,切断了伊朗发展核武器的所有可能途径。This deal denies Iran the plutonium necessary to build a bomb. It shuts down Irans path to a bomb using enriched uranium. Iran has agreed that it will not stockpile the materials needed to build a weapon. Moreover, international inspectors will have unprecedented access to Irans nuclear program because Iran will face more inspections than any other country in the world. If Iran cheats, the world will know it. If we see something suspicious, we will inspect it. So this deal is not based on trust, its based on unprecedented verification.该协议让伊朗使用钚成产核武器的可能性消失。断绝了伊朗使用浓缩铀生产核武器的途径。伊朗也同意不会大量存贮此类可供生产核武器的核材料。更重要的是,国际检查人员将以空前的规模深入检查伊朗核计划,因为伊朗需要面对比其它国家更严格的检查。如果伊朗耍花招,全世界都会知道。如果我们有所怀疑,我们就会深入检查。因此这一协议是建立在信任的基础上的,是建立在空前的检查认定基础上的。And this is a long-term deal, with strict limits on Irans program for more than a decade and unprecedented transparency measures that will last for 20 years or more. And as a member of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Iran will never be permitted to develop a nuclear weapon.这是一份长远的协议,对伊朗未来十多年的核计划有着严格的限制,并要求伊朗未来20年乃至更久的时间保持前所未有的公开透明。作为核不扩散条约的成员国,伊朗永远不允许发展核武器。In return for Irans actions, the international community, including the ed States, has agreed to provide Iran with phased relief from certain sanctions. If Iran violates the deal, sanctions can be snapped back into place. Meanwhile, other American sanctions on Iran for its support of terrorism, its human rights abuses, its ballistic missile program, all will continue to be enforced.作为对伊朗的行动的回报,国际社会,包括美国在内,都同意为伊朗提供援助,减轻相关制裁带来的压力。如果伊朗违反规定,制裁就将再次开始。同时,美国对伊朗的其它制裁措施,包括对反恐、人权问题、弹道导弹计划的制裁等将更加严厉。As I said this week, many key details will need to be finalized over the next three months, and nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed. And if there is backsliding, there will be no deal.我本周说过,还有很多细节需要在接下来的三个月里敲定,直到所有问题达成一致了这份协议才算最终达成。如果其间有反复,协议也就不复存在了。Here in the ed States, I expect a robust debate. Well keep Congress and the American people fully briefed on the substance of the deal. As we engage in this debate, lets remember—we really only have three options for dealing with Irans nuclear program: bombing Irans nuclear facilities—which will only set its program back a few years—while starting another war in the Middle East; abandoning negotiations and hoping for the best with sanctions—even though thats always led to Iran making more progress in its nuclear program; or a robust and verifiable deal like this one that peacefully prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.在美国国内,我希望有更实际的辩论。我们将继续全面向国会和美国人民通报谈判的进展和结果。在我们参与这项辩论的过程中,我们要记住,如何处理伊朗核问题,我们只有三条途径:要么炸毁伊朗的核设施,这只能将伊朗的核计划延后数年,而且还会引发又一次的中东战争;要么放弃谈判,期待着制裁能带来好结果,即便如此也往往会让伊朗在核计划上获得更多的成果;要么就促成一项实际的、有检查可行性的协议,就像这份协议一样,通过和平的方式防止伊朗获得核武器。As President and Commander in Chief, I firmly believe that the diplomatic option—a comprehensive, long-term deal like this—is by far the best option. For the ed States. For our allies. And for the world.作为总统和总司令,我坚信通过外交途径达成全面而长远的协议是最好的选择。对美利坚合众国、对我们的盟友、对全世界而言都是如此。Our work-this deal-is not yet done. Diplomacy is painstaking work. Success is not guaranteed. But today we have an historic opportunity to prevent the sp of nuclear weapons in Iran, and to do so peacefully, with the international community firmly behind us. And this will be our work in the days and months ahead in keeping with the best traditions of American leadership.我们的任务是,这份协议还未达成。外交努力是艰难而漫长的。成功也无法得到保。但今天我们拥有一个历史性的机遇来阻止伊朗扩大其核武计划,而且可以和平地,与国际社会一道共同完成这一使命。这将是我们在未来的几十天乃至几个月里的任务,我们要以此保持美国的领导力。 201504/369157

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  在INK会议上,阿尔温德·古普塔和大家分享简单却叫人惊叹的计划。利用废物制作出有意义、有趣的精心设计的玩具,能让孩子们边玩边学到科学与设计的一些基本原则。201505/375920

  Later this year, Brisbane will host the leaders of the world’s biggest economies at the G20 summit. This year’s summit will focus on boosting economic growth – because stronger economic growth is the key to addressing almost every global problem. The outcome should be more jobs, better infrastructure, freer trade and greater co-operation -- because these are the foundations of stronger economies. As President, Australia is aly leading by example. The Government’s Economic Action Strategy is delivering results. Since the end of last year, 110,000 new jobs have been created. We’ve also held a red tape repeal day to cut 50,000 pages of unnecessary red tape – as part of our plan to save Australians billion in red tape costs every year. We’re also scrapping bad taxes like the carbon tax and the mining tax – and the Government will keep talking to the new Senate so that this can happen as soon as possible. And the Government has signed free trade agreements with Korea and Japan. The agreement with Japan will benefit our farmers and our businesses – 97 per cent of Australia’s exports to Japan will receive preferential access or enter duty-free once the Agreement is fully implemented. And consumers here will benefit from less expensive Japanese cars and parts, and from lower prices on household items like white goods and electronics. This coming week, business leaders from around the world will meet in Sydney. My message to them is that Australia is open for business. Together, we can foster growth and we can and will create more jobs.201503/364768

  There are people who will hold their positions with honor there are people who will not. If you doubt that all you have to do is thinking about the current scandal with Backdating of Stock Options. Here you have people in some of the most prospected companies, in America who lose sight of good judgment and good ethics. They believe that they could get away with something because there wasnt a clear rule that told they couldnt. thats a breakdown in judgment and ethics. I knew from being a secretary and sitting in the mail room that sometimes people stop talking directly with each other about the real issues and when that happens, dysfunctions occurs and bad things happen in the business. That happens all the way up the chain. People are people wherever you find them and that gaming theory course, I found it fascinating, was a whole set of quantitative science design to try and explain how it is that peoples personal agendas or emotions or fears can drive them to any irrational decision. And yet it happens all the time. And if you want to advance in business you have to also understand people.有些人以荣誉守护他们的地位,而有些人不会。如果您不相信,那么只需要想一下最近股票期权回溯的丑闻,你会看到有一些美国最受尊重的企业里的人失去了良好的判断和道德。他们认为,因为没有清晰的规则禁止他们那样做,他们就可以轻松逃脱而不受惩罚,这就是判断能力和道德的崩溃。我从坐在收发室当秘书时就知道,有时人们彼此之间不直接讨论真正的问题。他们都在机构存在不良运作,出现问题时才那样做。整个公司都如此。无论在哪里,人就是人。我觉得弈理论课程有趣,是因为这是一门量化的科学,它用以验和解释人们的个人事务、情绪或恐惧如何促成非理性的决策,而事情一直如此。你要在生意场上有所作为就要了解人。I took a course in organizational behavior and one of the important things that we have to do was role play a labor negotiation. Everybody went into this role play after very electoral conversation about how to bring two opposing groups together everyone knew electorally that the only way to solve this very tough problem between management and labor was for both sides to feel as though their issues were at least recognized, and hopefully addressed in some way. In other words, there had to be a win-win somewhere in there. Everyone knew this electorally, we study it.我还选修了组织行为学,学这门课时我们要做的最重要的事情之一是角色扮演劳资谈判。全体学生都参加,之前着力思考并讨论过如何把对立双方拉到一起。每个人都深知要解决这个棘手的劳资问题,唯一的方法是让双方感受到,自己的问题起码被承认,并有望以某种方式处理。换言之,要双贏。每个人都深知这一点,我们都研究过。201408/317806

  OK... Then... OK... take this speech and set it to music. Maybe inserts some crazy, kooky graphic. Star in that yourself, post it on the web, and if it becomes a viral sensation, youll be equal to any cat playing with a paper bag, any set of twin toodlers talking gibberish to each other, as popular as a cute girl who says about Fridays, hey, you could be the next Sam Tsui.或者,把我的演说影片配上音乐,加几个好笑的插画,让自己成为影片主角,放到网络上,如果能吸引网友争相点阅,那么,你就会像那只玩纸袋的猫、像那两个蹒跚学步的双胞胎小儿一样,像那个说“星期五”的漂亮女孩一样瞬间暴红。嘿,你甚至可以成为下个徐山姆!Such are just one of the possibilities in our brave new world, the world you now inherit whether you like it or not.这就是我们勇敢的新世界的可能性之一,也正是你们即将接手、继承的世界。无论你喜不喜欢。The jig is up, the clock has run out and the Future, with a capital F, now rests with all of you, in your goofy hats, and all because you went to Yale.时候已经到了。这个世界的未来发展,就取决于你们要怎么做,因为你们念了耶鲁大学。You are now the anointed!你们重任在肩!The Charge Holders!你们面临挑战!The best and brightest!你们极具天赋!Each of you is shining hope for our nation in the world. You are the new wizards who can finally make sense of all the deltavectors and square-roots and divided-bys and the theorem that we call the human race.你们中的每个人都是我们国家未来的希望星火,你们将把我们视作人类高级智慧的那些三角向量、平方根、加减乘除和数理明题赋予意义。The generations before you came with to count a job-now its your turn, welcome! You know I once had a friend who had a rich uncle who promised to pay for his college as long as my friend wished to stay in school, ;You should stay in school just as long as you can,; the rich uncle said, ;because when you get out of college, youve gotta work everyday for the rest of your life.; And you all will come to understand what that rich uncle meant, just as surely as you someday wonder where the hell you put your ing glasses, and to yell on your kids to turn that damn music down.先人已经赋予你们新的使命,现在轮到你们接下挑战。我曾经认识一位朋友,他有一个很富有的叔叔,他的叔叔承诺只要他想在学校待着,他就会一直为他付学费。他叔叔说,“你应该尽可能地待在学校里,因为你一出校门,工作便是你每一天都推不掉的事情。”当你有一天找不着你的眼镜,冲你的孩子们大喊着把那该死的音乐弄小点声时,你们能深刻体会那位有钱叔叔的意思。注:Sam Tsui,徐山姆,耶鲁亚裔学生,在2011年利用分镜软件,拍摄自己和五个分身合唱迈克尔·杰克逊歌曲的短片,因而大受欢迎。 201406/305616。

  And I liked drinking too, but it was obvious that alcohol was really the more dangerous of the two,but my friends and I could get busted for smoking a joint. 我也很喜欢喝酒,但是很显然这两者中酒精确实更加危险,可是我和我的朋友是有可能因为吸食大麻而被抓的。Now, that hypocrisy kept bugging me,so I wrote my Ph.D dissertation on international drug control. 这个表里不一的概念不停地缠着我,所以我写的士论文就是研究国际药物管制。I talked my way into the State Department.我想办法进入了政府部门。I got a security clearance.我得到了安全许可。I interviewed hundreds of DEA and other law enforcement agents all around Europe and the Americas,and Id ask them, 我采访了数百名在欧洲和美洲等地工作的药品管制局和执法人员。我会问他们:What do you think the answer is?你认为是什么?Well, in Latin America, theyd say to me,you cant really cut off the supply.好吧,在拉丁美洲,他们会跟我说,你真的没办法切断供应。The answer lies back in the U.S.,in cutting off the demand. 在于美国,在于切断需求。So then I go back home and I talk to people involved in anti-drug efforts there, and theyd say,You know, Ethan, you cant really cut off the demand.于是我回到家乡,我问那些参与禁毒工作的人,他们却说,你知道吗,Ethan,你无法真正切断需求。The answer lies over there. Youve got to cut off the supply.在那边。你必须得切断供应。Then Id go and talk to the guys in customs trying to stop drugs at the borders,and theyd say, Youre not going to stop it here.然后,我去跟海关那边的家伙聊能否在边境阻止毒品进入。他们说,你不可能在这里把它堵住的。The answer lies over there,in cutting off supply and demand. 在那边,你得切断供应和需求。And it hit me:在那一刻,我终于明白了,Everybody involved in this thought the answer lay in that area about which they knew the least. 每一个参与其中的人都认为在别的领域而他们自己,对其知之甚少。So thats when I started ing everything I could about psychoactive drugs: the history, the science,the politics, all of it,and the more one ,the more it hit you how a thoughtful,enlightened, intelligent approach took you over here,whereas the politics and laws of my country were taking you over here. 于是我开始尽可能阅读一切关于精神药物的资料:它的历史、科学、政治…所有的一切。而读的越多,你就越会意识到,一个深思熟虑、有启发性、聪明的方向把你引向这里,而我们国家的政治和法律却把你带到这里。And that disparity struck me as this incredible intellectual and moral puzzle.这悬殊的差异令我震惊这真是个令人难以置信的智力和道德难题。Theres probably never been a drug-free society.这世上可能从来不存在一个没有毒品的社会。Virtually every society has ingested psychoactive substances to deal with pain, increase our energy, socialize,even commune with God. 几乎每一个社会都有使用精神药物用来解决疼痛、提升精力、社交应酬、甚至是用来与神对话。Our desire to alter our consciousness may be as fundamental as our desires for food, companionship and sex.我们这种对于知觉改变的渴望可能和我们对食物、友谊、性的渴望一样基本。So our true challenge is to learn how to live with drugs so they cause the least possible harm and in some cases the greatest possible benefit.因此,我们真正的挑战在于学会如何与精神药物共存从而使它造成的伤害最小并且在某些情况下,带来最大的益处。Ill tell you something else I learned,that the reason some drugs are legal and others not has almost nothing to do with science or health or the relative risk of drugs,and almost everything to do with who uses and who is perceived to use particular drugs.让我告诉你们我学到的另一件事,之所以有些药物是合法的,有些则不是,这跟科学、健康或药物相应的风险几乎没有任何关系;而是跟谁在使用、或谁被视作在使用特定药物有关。In the late 19th century,when most of the drugs that are now illegal were legal,the principal consumers of opiates in my country and others were middle-aged white women,using them to alleviate aches and pains when few other analgesics were available. 在19世纪后期,当大多数现在非法的药物都还是合法的时候,我国和其他国家,鸦片的主要消费者是中年白人妇女她们用鸦片来缓解疼痛当时很少有别的止痛药可用。And nobody thought about criminalizing it back then because nobody wanted to put Grandma behind bars.而且没人想过把它定为刑事犯罪,因为没有人希望把奶奶关进监狱。201503/363073

  

  Weve been fooled by our tool. Excuse that expression. Weve been fooled by our tool. GDP has been our hammer. And our nail has been a 19th- and 20th-century industrial-era model of success. And yet, 64 percent of the worlds GDP today is in that intangible industry we call service, the service industry, the industry Im in. And only 36 percent is in the tangible industries of manufacturing and agriculture. So maybe its time that we get a bigger toolbox, right? Maybe its time we get a toolbox that doesnt just count whats easily counted, the tangible in life, but actually counts what we most value, the things that are intangible.“我们被我们的工具所愚弄。这个表述或许不恰当,我们被我们的工具所愚弄GDP就像是我们的锤子。我们的钉子是从19世纪到20世纪的工业时代的成功模型。可是,当今世界百分之六十四的GDP是来自于不可见的,称之为务业的行业务业,我所在的行业。只有百分之三十六来自于可见的行业,制造业和农业。所以是时候我们换一个大一点的工具盒了,对吧。或者是时候我们事实上需要一个工具盒并不只能量那些很容易被量的,在生活中具体的、可以的触摸的东西,事实上能够量度那些我们最重视的那些不可度量的东西。I guess Im sort of a curious CEO. I was also a curious economics major as an undergrad. I learned that economists measure everything in tangible units of production and consumption as if each of those tangible units is exactly the same. They arent the same. In fact, as leaders, what we need to learn is that we can influence the quality of that unit of production by creating the conditions for our employees to live their calling. In Vivians case, her unit of production isnt the tangible hours she works, its the intangible difference she makes during that one hour of work.我想我是个有好奇心的CEO。我过去也只是个对充满好奇心的经济学专业本科生。我学到了经济学衡量一切可以具体化的单位生产和消费好像那些可以被具体化的单位是完全等同的一样他们是不一样的事实上,作为领导者,我们需要了解的是我们其实可以影响每个单位产量的质量通过从实际中创造条件给我们的员工去找到他们的价值从薇薇安的例子中,她的单位产量并不是可以计算的她工作的每个小时而是她所做到的那些不可触摸的区别在那一小时的工作中。201402/275781

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