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Lynn Yang
我重刷了list of heading ,確保了自己和lynn你畫的,想的都一樣,正想做練習試試自己,但都是不對:( :( ,明明是lynn你說要100%對的part


C14T2P3

Why companies should welcome disorder

List of Headkings

i Complaints about the impact of a certain approach

ii Fundamental beliefs that are in fact incorrect

iii Early recommendations concerning business activities

iv Organisations that put a new approach into practice

v Companies that have suffered from changing their approach

vi What people are increasingly expected to do

vii How to achieve outcomes that are currently impossible

viii Neither approach guarantees continuous improvement

ix Evidence that a certain approach can have more disadvantages that advantages

A

Organisation is big business. Whether it is of our lives – all those inboxes and calendars – or how companies are structured, a multi-billion dollar industry helps to meet this need.(看第二句好像是順承,跳過了)

We have more strategies for time management, project management and self-organisation than at any other time in human history. We are told that we ought to organize our company, our home life, our week, our day and seven our sleep, all as a means to becoming more productive. Every week, countless seminars and workshops take place around the world to tell a paying public that they ought to structure their lives in order to achieve this.(看到沒有什麼轉折,全跳了)

This rhetoric has also crept into the thinking of business leaders and entrepreneurs, much to the delight of self-proclaimed perfectionists with the need to get everything right. The number of business schools and graduates has massively increased over the past 50 years, essentially teaching people how to organise well.
(this rhetoric 上去找了,應該是那些seminar ...tell .....沒什麼轉折就跳了)

我選了big business , more strategies than other time ,rhetoric 去做對應,因為iii Early recommendations concerning business activities ,rhetoric 挺像recommendation ,big business 又像business activities 我就選了它,但答案是What people are increasingly expected to do


B

Ironically, however, the number of business that fail has also steadily increased. Work-related stress has increased. A large proportion of workers from all demographics claim to be dissatisfied with the way their work is structured and the way they are managed.(後面看都是順承,所以跳過)

This begs the question: what has gone wrong? Why is it that on paper the drive for organisation seems a sure shot for increasing productivity, but in reality falls well short of what is expected?

這段我想三個字是number of business fail up ,something wrong .

這一段明顥是呼應第一段,因為它有ironically ,however ,所以我想是 Fundamental beliefs(上面的belief) that are in fact incorrect(something wrong)

但答案是 Complaints about the impact of a certain approach

C

This has been a problem(上面的問題) for a while now. Frederick Taylor was one of the forefathers of scientific management. Writing in the first half of the 20th century, he designed a number of principles to improve the efficiency of the work process, which have since become widespread in modern companies. So the approach has been around for a while.(看是因為我覺我是強因果so)(而且approach 就是問題有解決了?)

找對應的字是problem ,但解決了 。然後我都找不到答案,但答案是 Early recommendations concerning business activities,但我上面選了

D

New research suggests that this obsession with efficiency is misguided. The problem is not necessarily the management theories or strategies we use to organise our work; it’s the basic assumptions we hold in approaching how we work. Here it’s the assumption that order is a necessary condition for productivity. This assumption has also fostered the idea that disorder must be detrimental to organizational productivity. The result is that businesses and people spend time and money organising themselves for the sake of organising, rather than actually looking at the end goal and usefulness of such an effort.(讀這裡是因為強因果the result 和rather than 強比較)
我認為三個字是new researh ,沉迷efficiency 是不好,公司和人用較多的時間和錢
所以我覺得 是What people are increasingly expected to do,因為這是一個新的方法 ,教人怎麼做

E

What’s more, recent studies show that order actually has diminishing returns. Order does increase productivity to a certain extent, but eventually the usefulness of the process of organisation((but 是轉折,而且有eventually 強結果所以讀了)), and the benefit it yields, reduce until the point where any further increase in order reduces productivity. Some argue that in(我想是有人反對上面觀點,就跳過) a business, if the cost of formally structuring something outweighs the benefit of doing it, then that thing ought not to be formally structured. Instead, the resources involved can be better used elsewhere.

我想這段是說order 是不好的,雖然有轉折,但好像也是說order 有什麼不好,所以我想是Complaints about the impact of a certain approach
complaint 就是說order 不好, certain approach 就是order



我是同義詞不好嗎,還是我fast reading 做的不夠好,我上面這樣的思路是可以嗎,如果是我排除做的不好 ,可以怎樣去解決麻煩lynn你可以看看嗎,謝謝你
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Lynn Yang
我重刷了list of heading ,確保了自己和lynn你畫的,想的都一樣,正想做練習試試自己,但都是不對:( :( ,明明是lynn你說要100%對的part


C14T2P3

Why companies should welcome disorder

List of Headkings

i Complaints about the impact of a certain approach

ii Fundamental beliefs that are in fact incorrect

iii Early recommendations concerning business activities

iv Organisations that put a new approach into practice

v Companies that have suffered from changing their approach

vi What people are increasingly expected to do

vii How to achieve outcomes that are currently impossible

viii Neither approach guarantees continuous improvement

ix Evidence that a certain approach can have more disadvantages that advantages

A

Organisation is big business. Whether it is of our lives – all those inboxes and calendars – or how companies are structured, a multi-billion dollar industry helps to meet this need.(看第二句好像是順承,跳過了)

We have more strategies for time management, project management and self-organisation than at any other time in human history. We are told that we ought to organize our company, our home life, our week, our day and seven our sleep, all as a means to becoming more productive. Every week, countless seminars and workshops take place around the world to tell a paying public that they ought to structure their lives in order to achieve this.(看到沒有什麼轉折,全跳了)

This rhetoric has also crept into the thinking of business leaders and entrepreneurs, much to the delight of self-proclaimed perfectionists with the need to get everything right. The number of business schools and graduates has massively increased over the past 50 years, essentially teaching people how to organise well.
(this rhetoric 上去找了,應該是那些seminar ...tell .....沒什麼轉折就跳了)

我選了big business , more strategies than other time ,rhetoric 去做對應,因為iii Early recommendations concerning business activities ,rhetoric 挺像recommendation ,big business 又像business activities 我就選了它,但答案是What people are increasingly expected to do


B

Ironically, however, the number of business that fail has also steadily increased. Work-related stress has increased. A large proportion of workers from all demographics claim to be dissatisfied with the way their work is structured and the way they are managed.(後面看都是順承,所以跳過)

This begs the question: what has gone wrong? Why is it that on paper the drive for organisation seems a sure shot for increasing productivity, but in reality falls well short of what is expected?(這裡我應該多看幾個嗎? 應該不只看gone wrong 。。)

這段我想三個字是number of business fail up ,something wrong .

這一段明顥是呼應第一段,因為它有ironically ,however ,所以我想是 F undamental beliefs(上面的belief) that are in fact incorrect(something wrong)

但答案是 Complaints about the impact of a certain approach


C

This has been a problem(上面的問題) for a while now. Frederick Taylor was one of the forefathers of scientific management. Writing in the first half of the 20th century, he designed a number of principles to improve the efficiency of the work process, which have since become widespread in modern companies. So the approach has been around for a while.(看是因為我覺我是強因果so)(而且approach 就是問題有解決了?)

找對應的字是problem ,但解決了 。然後我都找不到答案,但答案是 Early recommendations concerning business activities,但我上面選了

D

New research suggests that this obsession with efficiency is misguided. The problem is not necessarily the management theories or strategies we use to organise our work; it’s the basic assumptions we hold in approaching how we work. Here it’s the assumption that order is a necessary condition for productivity. This assumption has also fostered the idea that disorder must be detrimental to organizational productivity. The result is that businesses and people spend time and money organising themselves for the sake of organising, rather than actually looking at the end goal and usefulness of such an effort.(讀這裡是因為強因果the result 和rather than 強比較)
我認為三個字是new researh ,沉迷efficiency 是不好,公司和人用較多的時間和錢
所以我覺得 是What people are increasingly expected to do,因為這是一個新的方法 ,教人怎麼做

E

What’s more, recent studies show that order actually has diminishing returns. Order does increase productivity to a certain extent, but eventually the usefulness of the process of organisation((but 是轉折,而且有eventually 強結果所以讀了)), and the benefit it yields, reduce until the point where any further increase in order reduces productivity. Some argue that in(我想是有人反對上面觀點,就跳過) a business, if the cost of formally structuring something outweighs the benefit of doing it, then that thing ought not to be formally structured. Instead, the resources involved can be better used elsewhere.

我想這段是說order 是不好的,雖然有轉折,但好像也是說order 有什麼不好,所以我想是Complaints about the impact of a certain approach
complaint 就是說order 不好, certain approach 就是order



我是同義詞不好嗎,還是我fast reading 做的不夠好,我上面這樣的思路是可以嗎,如果是我排除做的不好 ,可以怎樣去解決麻煩lynn你可以看看嗎,謝謝你

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