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This not only proved unfair, it also proved to be a poor business decision. The lack of women in management came to hurt Avon. Between 1975 and 1985, more than twelve and a half million women entered the ed States work force. These working women had to be served in new ways. But, at that time, Avons leadership team was still made up entirely of men. Womens voices werent heard as we planned our marketing strategy and as a result, sales in our largest market suffered.这不仅不公平,也是一个很糟糕的决策。没有女性参与的管理层开始给雅芳的业务带来损害。在1975年到1985年间,超过1250万妇女加入美国的就业大军。这些职业妇女需要新的务。但是,那时雅芳的领导团队还是全部由男性组成,我们规划市场战略时听不到女性的声音,结果便是我们在美国这个最大市场上的销售情况受到冲击。Fortunately, Avon learned to change. Men and women now work together as equal business partners. They learn from each other and respect each other. We still offer our male executives an outstanding career opportunity, but now women have an equal chance to succeed.幸运的是,雅芳学会了改变。男性和女性现在作为平等的商业搭档一起工作。他们互相学习,互相尊重。我们仍向男性高级管理者提供最佳的职业发展机会,但现在,女性有了同样的成功的可能性。Today, six out of eleven of Avons board of directors are women. My number two executive is a woman. Almost half of our management staff around the world are women. And importantly, we have put in place special programs to develop the next generation of women who are being trained and prepared to become General Managers in markets all over the world.今天,雅芳的11位董事会成员中有6位是女性,我的助手是一名女性,我们全球的管理层几乎一半是女性。重要的是,我们设立了专门的项目来培养下一代女性职员,准备把她们培养成全球各个市场的总经理。 /201303/232510The leader in this online race is ;amazon.com;.If you have not heard of them, do not feel bad. Three years ago, nobody heard of them. They did not exist. Their customers do not aware they exist physically, and they do not care. Amazon.com exists only in cyberspace. But with 2.5 million titles, it is nearly 15 times larger than the worlds largest physical bookstore. It is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. And they recently serve their one million of customer in Japan, one of 160 countries in which amazon ships books. Until recently they had the market to themselves. Now the traditional book sellers like Barnsamp;Noble in the US, and medium firms like Burtlesman in Europe are jumping in. Can virtual companies like ;amazon.com; battle against and beat these entrenched brands? Stay tuned. We do not know yet. The same kind of transformation is happening in retail banking, in car sales, in music entertainment, in insurance. And it is not just limited to the commercial world. Public sector institutions are being buffeted by the same powerful forces. 这场竞赛现在的领先者是 amazon.com。如果你还没听说过它,不要紧。三年前没有人听说过它们,那时候它们还不存在。它们的顾客并未意识到它们在实际上的存在,它们也不在乎这些。amazon.com 仅仅在网上存在。但是它拥有 250 万种图书,几乎比世界上最大的传统书店大 15 倍。它每天 24 小时、全年每天都营业。不久前,它们在日本接待了它的第 100 万名顾客,日本只是 amazon 销售书籍的 160 个国家中的一个。现在传统的书籍销售商如美国的......媒体高速如欧洲的......也跳进了这个市场。象 amazon.com 这样的虚拟公司能否击败这些根深蒂固老牌号?等着瞧吧,我们也不知道。类似的变革同时还发生在零售业、汽车销售、音乐、保险业中,而且还不仅仅限于商业领域。公众机构也遭受了同一种强大力量的冲击。201312/269522I took another really important course called gaming theory while I was here. Gaming theory to me was fascinating because, with all due respect to my very erudite teachers Jake Jacoby took that course. Its a great course, but to me what gaming theory was an attempt by scientists to explain irrational decision making and irrational framework. Not all decisions are rational; not all decisions are scientifically based. Many people in business are overcome at times by their fears, their resentments, their rivalries, their agendas. It is part of life and business is a collection of people working together. I started out as a secretary. I was a medieval history major and philosophy major at Stanford University; it was really interesting but it would not pay the bills. I went on to law school, and discovered very quickly that I hated law school. So I quit. And then I had to pay the bills. And I took the only job that I knew I could do that would pay my bills and that was to be a secretary. Actually, secretary is big glorified, I was a receptionist, I sat in front of the building I typed and I answered the phones. That was my job. I thought while I was a secretary that the people in the mail room must be fundamentally different from the people in the board-mom. In what I have learned, in the course of my life, and my career and what this book is all about is that people are people wherever you find them.我选的另一门重要课程是弈理论,弈理论引人入胜,因为有我的恩师,傅学的杰克·嘉科比执教。这是一门很好的课程。对我来讲,弈理论是科学家试图解释非理性决策和非理性构架的理论,并不是所有的决策都是理性的,不是所有的决策都是以科学为依据的。许多生意人有时会被本身的恐惧、怨恨、竞争和日常事务所压倒,这是生活的一部分,做生意就是一班人一起工作。我的第一份工作是当秘书,我曾在斯坦福大学主修中古史和哲学,这些专业非常有趣,但是不能应付生活需要。之后我去学习法学,但是很快我就发现我讨厌法学,因此我退学了。但是我要谋生,要做可以胜任的工作来嫌钱,就是当秘书。美其名曰秘书,实际上我是接待员,我所做的就是坐在大堂中打宇、搞电话。那就是我的工作。我当秘书时以为收发室的人和董事会的人有根本上的不同。而我在生活及职业生涯中学到的,也是这本书所谈论的却是,无论在哪里,人就是人。201408/317361

木偶总是想活过来的,来自“回春手”木偶公司的艾德里安 科勒说。这间公司是一个有声誉和远见的木偶戏班子。从鬣的灵活的爪子讲起,木偶艺人科勒和贝索 琼斯讲述了他们最近的惊人之作:栩栩如生的战马乔伊,它的漫步(奔驰)在TED的舞台上大方光。201505/374429

THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody! (Applause.) Oh, it is good to be in L.A.! (Applause.) It is colder in D.C.at the moment, colder in Chicago, and 70-degree weather is something to bethankful for. And it is great to be atDreamWorks Animation. I would like towork here. (Laughter.) I have asked Jeffrey. The only concern I had was the lights werekind of dim in the offices and -- (laughter) -- I’m pretty sure I’d fallasleep. But there’s a natural connectionbetween me and DreamWorks. I don’t knowif you know this, but my ears were one of the inspirations for “Shrek.” (Laughter.) That’s true. True story.Mellody was being very modestwhen she said she had a front-row seat. Mellody was one of my earliest supporters back when nobody couldpronounce my name. And her and JohnRogers at Arial Capital helped to co-chair some of my first fundraisers. Andthey’d have to drag some straggly group in, kicking and screaming, and write acheck and listen to this young senator who had a lot of ideas but notnecessarily any realistic prospects to win. And she went through a lot of ups and downs with me and my career and isjust a great, great friend. So I want tothank her publicly for all the support that she’s given us. (Applause.)We’ve got some folks here who arefighting for the people of Southern California every single day and I just wantto acknowledge them. We’ve got the Mayorof Glendale, Dave Weaver. (Applause.) We’vegot three of your outstanding members of Congress -- Brad Sherman, Adam Schiff,Karen Bass. They are all doing a greatjob. (Applause.) I want to thank all of you forbeing here. And I want to thank yourCEO, Jeffrey Katzenberg, for inviting me. (Applause.) Jeffrey, like Mellody, has been a friend and a supporterthrough thick and thin. And I think hisplace in the entertainment industry is legendary -- I don’t need to puff him uptoo much. (Laughter.) He has a healthy sense of self. (Laughter.) But he is a great friend and somebody whose counsel and advice I value.And I’m incredibly grateful to be here at this wonderful institution that hehelped to buildAnd I’ve come here today becausethis is one of America’s economic engines. Not just DreamWorks, but this whole cluster of companies thatgenerations have grown up knowing -- Disney and Warner and Universal andothers. When you think about it, whatfinance is to New York, what the auto industry is to the Midwest, what technologyis to Northern California, entertainment is to this part of the country. And most of us have spent a lotof time thinking about our favorite movies or TV shows, but we don’t oftenthink about the entire infrastructure and industry behind the scenes. Hundreds of thousands of middle-class jobs --they’re not always on the marquee -- jobs for electricians, and carpenters, andsound mixers, and makeup artists, and designers, and animators depend on thisincredible industry here in southern California. Entertainment is one of America’sbiggest exports. And every day, you sella product that’s made in America to the rest of the world. Every time somebody buys movie tickets, orDVDs, or distribution rights to a film, some of that money goes back to thelocal economy right here.And believe it or not,entertainment is part of our American diplomacy. It’s part of what makes us exceptional, partof what makes us such a world power. Youcan go anywhere on the planet and you’ll see a kid wearing a “Madagascar”T-shirt. (Laughter.) You can say, “Maythe Force be with you” -- they know what you’re talking about. (Laughter.)Hundreds of millions of peoplemay never set foot in the ed States, but thanks to you, they’ve experienceda small part of what makes our country special. They’ve learned something about our values. We have shaped a world culture through you. And the stories that we telltransmit values and ideals about tolerance and diversity and overcomingadversity, and creativity that are part of our DNA. And as a consequence of what you’ve done, youhelped shape the world’s culture in a way that has made the world better. They might not know theGettysburg Address, but if they’re watching some old movie, maybe “Guess Who’sComing to Dinner,” or “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” or “Will and Grace” and“Modern Family,” they’ve had a front-row seat to our march towards progress,even if their own nations haven’t made that progress yet. And young people in countries all around theworld suddenly make a connection and have an affinity to people who don’t looklike them and maybe originally they might have been fearful of, and nowsuddenly they say, oh, this person is like me -- which is one of the powers ofart, but that’s what you transmit. And that is a remarkablelegacy. Now, it’s also a bigresponsibility. When it comes to issueslike gun violence, we’ve got to make sure that we’re not glorifying it, becausethe stories you tell shape our children’s outlook and their lives. Earlier this year, leaders from this town satdown with Vice President Biden to talk about what Hollywood could do to helpkeep our kids safe. This was in the wakeof Sandy Hook. And those conversationsneed to continue. The stories we tellmatter. And you tell stories morepowerfully than anybody else on the Earth.But I want to make clear, even aswe think long and hard about the messages we send, we should never waver fromour commitment to the freedom that allows us to tell those stories sowell. Protecting our First Amendmentrights are vital to who we are. And it’salso good business, because in the global race for jobs and industries, thething we do better than anybody else is creativity. That’s something that can’t be copied. It’s one of the reasons why even with newmarkets and new technologies, there’s still no better place to make movies andtelevision and music than right here in the ed States.Entertainment is one of thebright spots of our economy. The gapbetween what we can do and what other countries can do is enormous. AUDIENCE MEMBER: Woo!201501/352446

Now, dont get me wrong: scientific skepticism is healthy别误解我的意思 科学怀疑主义是有好处的But there is a world of difference between scientific skepticism that seeks out more但是寻找更多据的科学怀疑主义同意识形态上evidence and ideological stubbornness that shuts it out拒绝科学据的顽固不化是有本质差别的Given the general attitude of many elected officials toward science这么多民选官员针对科学都是这种态度its no wonder that the federal government has abdicated its responsibility联邦政府没能尽到自己的职责to invest in scientific research, much of which occurs at our universities在大学等机构投资科学研究也就毫不奇怪了Today, federal spending on research and development as a percentage of GNP如今 GNP中用于研究和开发的联邦出百分比is lower than it has been in more than 50 years是五十余年间最低的which is allowing the rest of the world to catch up这让世界其它国家有机会赶上and even surpass the US in scientific research甚至超过美国的科学研究The federal government is flunking science, just as many state governments are联邦政府在科学上是不及格的 就像很多州政府一样We must not become a country that turns our back on science, or on each other我们美国不应该背离科学 内部也不应该相互仇视Now I get to the class of 2014. You graduates must help lead the way回到2014届毕业生来 你们必须引领前路On every issue每个问题上we must follow the evidence where it leads我们都应当遵循据的指引and listen to people where they are倾听人们的意见If we do that, there is no problem we cannot solve只要我们这样做 就没有什么问题解决不了No gridlock we cannot break没有解不开的死结No compromise we cannot broker没有谈不妥的和解The more we embrace a free exchange of ideas思想交流越自由and the more we accept that political diversity政治多样性越强the healthier we are, the stronger our society will be我们就越健康 社会就会越强大Now I know this has not been a traditional commencement speech我知道 我并没有按照传统方式做毕业典礼演讲and in fact it may实际上keep me from passing a dissertation defense in the humanities department这甚至可能让我在人文系的论文答辩上无法通过but there is no easy time to say hard things不过讲这些麻烦事时总不会轻松Graduates, throughout your lives毕业生们 在你们一生中do not be afraid of saying what you believe is right不要害怕说出自己认为正确的东西no matter how unpopular it may be无论它有多么不受欢迎especially when it comes to defending the rights of others特别是在捍卫他人权利的时候Stand up for the rights of others捍卫他人权利and in some ways its even more important than standing up for your own rights有时比捍卫自身权利更为重要Because when people seek to repress freedom for some因为当人们寻求抑制其他人自由的时候and you remain silent你可能会保持沉默you are complicit in that repression这样你将会助长这种抑制and you may well become its victim哪天你可能也会成为受害者Do not be complicit, and do not follow the crowd不要沆瀣一气 不要人云亦云Speak up, and fight back大声说出来 有力地回击You will take your lumps, I can assure you of that我敢肯定 你会受到批评You will lose some friends and make some enemies, I can assure you of that too我敢肯定 你还会失去一些朋友 树立一些敌人But the arc of history will be on your side但历史会站在你这一边and our nation will be stronger for it我们的国家也会因此更加强盛Now all of you graduates have earned todays celebration所有毕业生都经过努力获得了今天的成就You have a lot to be proud of, a lot to be grateful for你们可以很自豪 很感激So tonight, as you leave this great university behind今晚 在你们离开这所伟大的大学之前have one last Scorpion Bowl at the Kong on second thought, dont可能会去香港餐厅来一大碗蝎子碗大杂烩and tomorrow, get back to work明天 你们需要开始行动起来making our country and our world freer for ever, freer for everyone让我们的国家和世界对每个人都更自由 并永远自由下去God bless and good luck上帝保佑你们好运201411/340828

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