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長文の途中なので、意味が分かりにくいところもあると思いますが、よろしくお願いします。 Each team brought in a few hundred dollars. However, the team that generated the greatest profit looked at the resources through a completely different lens and made 650 dollats. These students determined that the most valuable asset was neither the five dollars nor the two hours. Instead, their insight was that their most precious resource was their three-minute presentation time on Monday. They decided to sell it to a company that wanted to recruit the students in the class. The team created a three-minute "commercial" for that company and showed it to the students during the class. This was brilliant. They recognized that they had a a fabulously valuable asset-that others didn't even notice-just waiting to be uncovered. Were all teams successful? Unfortunately,no. One team actually lost money when the students purchased umbrellas to sell in San Francisco on a rainy day, only to have the weather clear up shortly after they launched their effort. And yes, one team ran a car wash, and another started a lemonade stand, but their retuens were much lower than average. よろしくお願いします。


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  • 回答No.2
  • Nakay702
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誤植などがいくつか見つかりましたので、訂正して再送いたします。 個々のチームが数百ドルを稼ぎ出した。しかし、最大の利益を生み出したチームは、完全に違う視点から資源を見て、650ドルを獲得した。これらの学生は、最も貴重な財産は5ドルでも2時間でもないという見分けをつけたのである。代りに、最も貴重な資源は月曜日の3分間のプレゼンテーション時間である、というのが彼らの洞察であった。 彼らは、クラスの学生を募集したい会社にそれを売ろうという結論に至ったのである。チームは、その会社のために3分間の「コマーシャル」を作成し、授業の間学生にそれを提示した。これは見事なものであった。彼らはそれを、ものすごい-誰も気づかない-まさに、目の前に示してくれることを待機していた、貴重な宝物であると認めたのである。 すべてのチームが成功したか? 残念ながらそうではなかった。あるチームは、雨の日にサンフランシスコで傘を売るためにそれを仕入れたが、学生が作業に取りかかった直後に天気が晴れ渡ることになってしまったという、くたびれもうけであった。そして、そうそう、あるチームは洗車場を運営したり、また別のチームはレモネードスタンドを立ち上げたりしてみたが、その見返りは平均よりずっと低かった。


  • 回答No.1
  • Nakay702
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以下のとおりお答えします。(retuensはreturnsの誤植と見て訳しました。) 個々のチームが数百ドルを手に入れた。しかし、最大の利益を生み出したチームは、完全に違う視点から資源を見て、650ドルを作った。この学生は、最も貴重な財産は5ドルでも2時間でもないと決めた。代りに、最も貴重な資源は月曜日の3分間のプレゼンテーション時間である、というのが彼らの洞察であった。 彼らは、クラスの学生を募集したい会社にそれを売ると決めた。チームはその会社のために3分間「コマーシャル」を作成し、授業の間学生にそれを提示した。これは見事であった。彼らは、法外な-誰も気づかなかった-貴重財産、まさに明かされるべく待機している財産である、と認めたのである。 すべてのチームが成功したか? 残念ながらそうではなかった。あるチームは、雨の日にサンフランシスコで傘を売るためにそれを仕入れたとき、学生が作業に取りかかった直後に天気が晴れ渡ることになってしまっただけであった。そして、そう、またあるチームは洗車場を運営し、別のチームはレモネードスタンドを立ち上げたが、その見返りは平均ずっと低かった。



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