[HBR English] accrue to

The lion’s share of the industry’s profits would accrue to a handful of suppliers designing and producing modular, standardized components. (Daum 사전) accrue to: 1) grow by addition 2)come into the possession of 1)Interest accrues if you have money in the bank 2)The house accrued to the oldest son. * lion’s share: 가장 좋은 몫(단물)

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[HBR English] status quo

The company has shifted from a status quo quadrant 1 approach to a high-tech, financially engineered quadrant 4  solution for supplying rural and urban off-the-grid water. Daum사전) A radical idea shakes up the status quo and challenges accepted notions.

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[HBR English] cast doubt on

Some people believe that juggling multiple projects improves their mental agility, but emerging evidence casts doubt on such assumptions. Daum 사전) Economic analyst casts doubt on the administaration’s job creation effort.

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[HBR English] spin off

In October 2000 the company announced that it would spin off the wireless and cable units, and five years later it put itself up for sale. Daum 사전: Is this a spin-off from whistle-blowing WikiLeaks?

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[HBR English] tailor

Moreover, we believe that by tailoring(customizing) the survey model to reflect the cultural preferences and triggers of consumers in different geographic markets. 사전) Aside from providing more jobs for the youths, the union plans to solve youth unemployment by creating jobstailored for each indivisual and situation

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[HBR English] convince

On the basis of this experience, I’m convinced that giving a good talk is highly coachable 사전) I was more than convinced that indivisuals are important in the fight for environment

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[HBR English] call for

It calls for a shift from an ethnocentric approach to a truly global network. 사전) The World Health Organization has called for tighter regulations for fighters

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[HBR English] put on a leash

Of course, Stefan has to be careful. If Vijay thinks the firm is going to constrain his growth by putting him on a leash, he will leave. 사전) Keep him on a short leash and note who he associates with

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[HBR English] run counter to

Yet, few, if any, organizations possess all six virtues. Several of the attributes run counter to traditional practices and ingrained habits. 사전) The government’s plans run counter to agreed European policy on this issue.

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[HBR English] stemm from

Price objections often stemmed from prospects’ incomplete, biased, or subjective cost/benefit analyses, so savvy founders developed tactics to counter these. 사전) Their views on government stem from the bible

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[HBR English] have yet to

The lean start-up movement hasn’t gone totally mainstream,however, and we have yet to feel its full impact. 사전) U.S. military officials have yet to comment on the nation’s investigation.

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[HBR English] be as likely to

Miracle Workers typically rely much more on gross margins than on lower costs for their profitability advantage, whereas Long Runners are as likely to depend on a cost advantage as on a gross-margin advantage. (사전) A 2011 report found that white criminals seeking presidential pardons over the past decade were nearly four times as likely to succeed as minorities

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[HBR English] scale up

Since these don’t scale up well, you’ll need to progressively replace(or supplement) them with digital platforms. 사전) The ageny is scaling up food distributions to the hardest-hit areas across the region.

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[HBR English] outweigh

Leaders might wonder whether the rewards of openness are outweighed by its risks-especially when they have a public company to run and predictable results to deliver. (사전)That plans goodpoints outweigh its badpoints. (be heavier than, weigh more heavier than)

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[HBR English] capitalize on

The reseller can capitalize on economies of scale in purchasing, infrastructure investments(in warehouses and distribution centers, for example), delivery, customer support, and so on.  

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