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目錄McGill University麥基爾大學Montreal蒙特婁THE ANALYTIC MINDSET分析的心態Renmin University of China中國人民大學Beijing北京THE COLLABORATIVE MINDSET合作的心態INSEAD歐洲工商管理學院Fontainebleau楓丹白露THE ACTION MINDSET行動的心態The Handbook of Research Synthesis and Meta-Analysis研究綜述和綜合分析之手冊Diary of a Wimpy Kid遜咖日記：葛瑞的中學求生記The Hunger Games Trilogy飢餓遊戲三部曲
McGill UniversityGill University is a public research university located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McGill University isone of worlds most prestigious universities.The university bears the name of James McGill, aprominent Montreal merchant from Glasgow, Scotland and alumnus of Glasgow University, whosebequest formed the beginning of the university. Founded in 1821, McGill was chartered during theBritish colonial era, 46 years before the Canadian Confederation, making it one of the oldestuniversities in Canada.As of 2011, McGill ranked 1st in Canada and 17th in the world in the QS World University Rank-ings.According to the 2011 Emerging/Trendence global employability ranking, McGill was ranked 19thin the world for popularity among major employers.In the Macleans 21st Annual University Ranking(2011), McGill was ranked 1st in Canada among all institutions offering medical and doctoral degrees,maintaining this ranking for the seventh year in a row.With almost 215,000 living alumni worldwide, students and professors at McGill have been recognizedin fields ranging from the arts and sciences, to business, politics, and sports. Notable alumni includeeleven Nobel Laureates, one hundred and thirty-two Rhodes Scholars, three astronauts, two Canadianprime ministers, eleven justices of the Canadian Supreme Court, three foreign leaders, nine AcademyAward winners, three Pulitzer Prize winners, and twenty-eight Olympic medalists.The main campus is set upon 32 hectares (79 acres) at the foot of Mount Royal in Downtown Montreal,covering much of the Golden Square Mile. A second campus, the Macdonald Campus, is situated on 6.5square kilometres (2.5 sq mi) of fields and forested land in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, 30 km (19 mi)west of the downtown campus. With 21 faculties and professional schools, McGill offers degrees anddiplomas in over 300 fields of study, including medicine and law. Although the language of instructionis English, students have the right to submit any graded work in English or in French, except whenlearning a particular language is an objective of the course. Approximately 34,000 students attendMcGill, with international students comprising one-fifth of the student population.
MontrealMontreal is a city in Canada. It is the largest city in the province of Quebec, the second-largest city inCanada and the fifteenth largest in North America. Originally called Ville-Marie, or "City of Mary", thecity takes its present name from Mount Royal,the triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city, orMont Réal as it was spelled in Middle French (Mont Royal in present French). The city is located on theIsland of Montreal, which took its name from the same source as the city, and a few much smallerperipheral islands, the largest of which is Île Bizard.As of May 10, 2011, Statistics Canada identifies Montreals Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) (land area4,259 square kilometres as Canadas second most populous with an estimated metropolitan areapopulation of 3,824,221 and a population of 1,886,481 in the urban agglomeration of Montreal,which includes all of the municipalities on the Island of Montreal. The city of Montreal proper had apopulation of 1,649,519.French is the citys official language and is also the language spoken at home by 60.5% of thepopulation in the city of Montréal proper, followed by English at 21.2% and 23.4% other languages (asof 2006 census). In the larger Montreal Census Metropolitan Area, 70.5% of the population speaksFrench at home, compared to 18.5% who speak English. 56% of the population is able to speak bothEnglish and French. Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris.Montreal is consistently rated as one of the worlds most livable cities, was called "Canadas CulturalCapital" by Monocle Magazine and recently was named a UNESCO City of Design. Though historicallythe commercial capital of Canada, it was surpassed in population, as well as economic strength, byToronto after 1976. Today it continues as an important centre of commerce, aerospace, finance,pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, film and world affairs.In 2010, Montreal was named a hub city, ranked 34th globally out of 289 cities for innovation acrossmultiple sectors of the urban economy, in the Innovation Cities Index by[clarification needed]2thinknow. Montreal was the next Canadian city in the annual index behind nexus city Toronto in12th place and ahead of fellow hub cities Calgary, Quebec City, Vancouver and Edmonton. In 2009,Montreal was named North Americas number one host city for international association events,according to the 2009 preliminary rankings of the International Congress and Convention Association.
THE ANALYTIC MINDSETMontreal, CanadaMcGill University in Montreal hosts the second module, where participants break from conventionalanalysis through creative workshops. However, time is also spent in this module to ensure participantshave a common basic knowledge of key fundamentals in marketing, finance, accounting and IT.Here, participants look at different perspectives on the nature and practice of analysis and how it iscommonly applied in organizations and decision-making. They explore the power of analysis to clarifyand simplify problems, as well as its limitations.Paralysis by analysis is also probed – a phenomenon whereby managers over-analyze a problem ratherthan have the courage to make a decision.Then, towards the end of the module, they look at organizations in general from various points of viewincluding organizational structure, complexity theory, the role of politics in management and productinnovation.In this module, participants go on field studies to North American companies, which in the past haveincluded Alcan Inc., VIA Rail and CGI, to examine and comment on their analytical and decision-makingprocesses. Their perspectives are also challenged with a visit to a Montreal museum that housespaintings of the same subject by 220 different artists.
分析的心態在蒙特婁，的麥吉爾大學舉辦的第二個模塊，學員從傳統的分析，突破創意工作坊。然而，時間也花了這個模塊，以確保與會者有一個共同的基本知識，關鍵在營銷，財務，會計和 IT 基礎。在這裡，參與者在不同的角度分析的性質和實踐上，它通常應用在組織和決策。他們探索的分析能力，以澄清和簡化問題，以及它的局限性。通過分析癱瘓還探討 - 一種現象，即經理過分析問題，而不是做出決定的勇氣。然後，對模塊的結束，他們看起來在組織一般從不同的觀點，包括組織結構，複雜性理論，政治管理中的作用和產品創新。在此模塊中，學員去實地考察北美公司，這在過去已包括加拿大鋁業公司，通過鐵路和 CGI，審查和評論他們的分析和決策過程。他們的觀點也訪問到蒙特利爾的博物館，設有由 220 個不同的藝術家的同一主題的繪畫與挑戰。
Renmin University of ChinaRenmin University of China; RUC, also known as Peoples University of China, colloquially Renda, is amajor research university in Haidian District, Beijing, China. Its campus neighbors those of PekingUniversity and Tsinghua University.Renmin University is one of the most prestigious universities in China, with a distinct focus onhumanities and social sciences. Renmin University has produced many influential figures in Chinasreform and development, and is home to many outstanding scholars in law, economics, journalism andother fields. As measured by admission scores of Chinas National Higher Education EntranceExamination, Renmin University has consistently ranked among the top three most selective Chineseuniversities in the liberal arts and social science division.The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China is one of the most prestigious high schools inBeijing, and a sister school of Phillips Academy in Massachusetts and Phillips Exeter Academy in NewHampshire.The predecessor of the university was Shan Bei Public School, established in 1937 during the SecondSino-Japanese War. Later it was renamed the North China United University and North China University.Renmin University of China was officially established in 1950, the first national university of PeoplesRepublic of China.Wu Yuzhang, Cheng Fangwu, Guo Yingqiu, Yuan Baohua, Huang Da, and Li Wenhai have successivelyheld the presidential posts. The current university president is Prof. Chen Yulu, a renowned professor infinance field.Currently Renmin University consists of 23 schools, 13 research institutes and the graduate school,with 60 specialties for undergraduate, 8 specialties for the second-bachelors degree students, 140specialties for the Masters degree candidates and 92 specialties for the Doctors degree candidates.Renmin University is entitled 25 national key disciplines, ranks No.5 of China, 13 national key researchbases of humanities and social sciences, ranks No.1 of China, and 6 national teaching and researchbases of fundamental arts disciplines, ranks No.1 of China.The University library has 2.5 million holdings, and is recognized as the Information Center of ArtsLiteratures by the Ministry of Education. The new library building opened in the second half of 2011. TheRenmin University of China Press is one of the most famous publishers and the first university press inChina which has published a large number of academic works in humanities and social sciences.
中國人民大學中國人民大學，以前也曾非正式使用 The Peoples University of China 簡稱：人民大學、人大，是由教育部直屬的一所著名的中央部屬副部級大學。在人文社會學科中排名名列前茅。其前身是中國共產黨在抗日戰爭時期創辦於延安的陝北公學，後歷經華北聯合大學、北方大學、華北大學等時期，最終於 1950 年定址於北京，期間吸收了原北平中國大學及燕京大學的資源，及合并了朝陽大學而定名「中國人民大學」 ，成為中華人民共和國建國後建立的第一所綜合性國立大學。人民大學在社會中有「中共中央第二黨校」的名號。中國人民大學正式成立於 1950 年，但學校官方一般將歷史追溯至 1937 年，將陝北公學、華北聯合大學、北方大學、華北大學等歷史上存在過的學校作為自己的前身。此外，1912 年的北平中國大學的文商學院於 1949 年併入華北大學，朝陽大學於 1950 年全部併入中國人民大學，燕京大學的部分社會科學於 1952 年併入，共同構成了中國人民大學的重要組成來源。在郭影秋及其他師生奔走下，人大得到鄧小平支持後在 77 年復校招生，並提出人大主要培養財貿、經濟管理幹部和馬列主義理論工作者。復校初期在北京師範大學上課，於 1978 年正式復校後遷回原址。 但由於二炮部隊只交回校園之一小部份，因此引起一連串之爭取活動，然最終亦只收回了約三份之一。由於人大只有人文社會學科，因此難以與國內擁有全方位學科的幾所主要大學復競爭排名。。亦由於政策上是以「科技為第一生產力」 ，一些國產大學排名名單中，往往把理工醫科目之分值比重提得極高，而人大卻在此項近乎零分，這是人大在國內排名中尤其是一些商業排名名單中不高的原因。此外人大校友多在黨政機關任職，表面收入比不上外資公司，故此在校友收入的一項中得分也不高。但在教育部及政府部門人員中, 人大學生都是處於頂尖位置之一。即使如此，人大仍入選武書連的 2012 中國 19 所一流大學的名單中，是唯一的文科大學。
BeijingBeijing, formerly romanized as Peking, is the capital of the Peoples Republic of China and one of themost populous cities in the world, with a population of 19,612,368 as of 2010. The metropolis, locatedin northern China, is governed as a direct-controlled municipality under the national government, with14 urban and suburban districts and two rural counties.Beijing Municipality is surrounded by HebeiProvince with the exception of neighboring Tianjin Municipality to the southeast.Beijing is Chinas second largest city by urban population after Shanghai and is the countrys political,cultural, and educational center,and home to the headquarters for most of Chinas largest state-ownedcompanies. Beijing is a major transportation hub in the national highway, expressway, railway andhigh-speed rail network. Beijings Capital International Airport is the second busiest in the world bypassenger traffic.Few cities in the world have been the political and cultural centre of an area as immense for so long.Beijing is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, and it has been the political centre of Chinafor centuries. The city is renowned for its opulent palaces, temples, and huge stone walls and gates,andits art treasures and universities have made it a centre of culture and art in China.Beijing, from the Chinese characters 北 for north and 京 for capital, means literally the "NorthernCapital". This official English spelling is based on the pinyin romanization of the two characters as theyare pronounced in Standard Mandarin, Běi Jīng. An older English spelling, Peking, is derived from theChinese Postal Map Romanisation of the same characters pronounced in the dialects of southern China.Over the past 3,000 years, the city has taken on numerous other names including Ji, Yanjing,Guangyang, Youzhou, Fanyang, Nanjing, Zhongdu, Dadu (Daidu), Khanbaliq (Cambaluc) and Beiping.In 1421 when the Yongle Emperor moved the capital of the Ming Dynasty north from Nanjing in JiangsuProvince, he renamed the city Beijing. In 1928, when the capital of the Republic of China was moved toNanjing, the city was renamed Beiping, meaning "Northern Peace". Prior to the advent of the pinyinspelling, Beiping was romanized as Pei-ping using the Wade-Giles method. In 1949, when theCommunist Party of China made the city the capital of the newly founded Peoples Republic of China,the citys name again reverted to Beijing.
THE COLLABORATIVE MINDSETBeijing, ChinaThe Chinese module explores collaboration and cooperation – between individuals and their teams,within and between organizations.Participants explore a uniquely Chinese perspective on collaboration in the world of business andmanagement, drawing on the ancient process of Guanxi to understand the importance of Harmony andBalance.Through field trips to the extreme contrasts of cutting edge international companies and World Heritagehistorical sites, participants come to understand the local practices of management and find that theentire experience forces them to reflect on their own and their company’s approach to collaboration.Some of the key topics discussed during this module are: Guanxi and management practice in China;a strategic rationale for collaboration; the role of trust in joint ventures and alliances; collaborationamong global companies; networks and collaboration; collaboration between companies andgovernment in China.
INSEADINSEAD (the name was formerly an acronym for the French name "INStitut Europé en dADministrationdes Affaires", or European Institute of Business Administration) is an international graduate businessschool and research institution. It has campuses in Europe (France), Asia (Singapore), and the MiddleEast (Abu Dhabi), as well as a research center in Israel. The school offers a full-time Master of BusinessAdministration (MBA) programme, a PhD in management programme, and several executive educationprogrammes (including an executive MBA).INSEAD MBA students and PhD candidates have the chance to study in three continents (through amulti-campus structure,an alliance with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and astudent exchange programme with the Kellogg School of Management). INSEAD also has a reciprocalagreement with Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business and Kellogg School ofManagement to share career services. Alumni of the four schools have exclusive access to jobopportunities databases of each other.INSEAD has three campuses. The original campus (Europe Campus) is located in Fontainebleau, nearParis, France. INSEADs second campus (Asia Campus) is in the Buona Vista district of the city-state ofSingapore. The third and newest campus (Middle East Campus) is located in Abu Dhabi, and currentlyserves only as a campus for open enrollment executive education programmes.The MBA programme is taught on both European and Asian campuses, with most participants spendingpart of their curriculum on both campuses. INSEAD has a North Americas office in New York City, anda Research Centre in Caesarea, Israel.INSEAD holds both company/firm specific and open enrollment executive education programmes at itscampuses in Europe and Asia and at its Executive Education centre in Abu Dhabi. INSEAD also works inpartnership with corporate universities.Participants usually come from senior or top management, with many years of experience within theircompany or industry and younger high-potentials identified as being key in succession strategieswithin their companies. Approximately 9,500 executives from over 120 countries undertake courses or programmes atINSEAD each year.In 2011, INSEAD launched a new Executive Certificate in Global Management whichis awarded to participants who complete at least three INSEAD global management and leadershipprogrammes.
FontainebleauFontainebleau is a commune in the metropolitan area of Paris, France. It is located 55.5 kilometres(34.5 mi) south-southeast of the centre of Paris. Fontainebleau is a sub-prefecture of theSeine-et-Marne department, and it is the seat of the arrondissement of Fontainebleau. The communehas the largest land area in the Île-de-France region; it is the only one to cover a larger area than Parisitself.Fontainebleau, together with the neighbouring commune of Avon and three other smaller communes,form an urban area of 39,713 inhabitants (according to the 2001 census). This urban area is a satelliteof Paris.Fontainebleau is renowned for the large and scenic forest of Fontainebleau, a favourite weekendgetaway for Parisians, as well as for the historical châ teau de Fontainebleau, which once belonged tothe kings of France, It is also the home of INSEAD, one of the worlds most elite business schools; of theÉ cole supérieure dingénieurs en informatique et génie des télécommunications (ESIGETEL), one ofFrances grandes é coles; and of a branch of the É cole nationale supérieure des mines de Paris, the ParisSchool of Mines, also one of the elite grandes écoles.The forest of Fontainebleau surrounds the city and dozens of nearby villages. It is protected by FrancesOffice National des Forêts, and it is recognised as a French national park. It is managed in order that itswild plants and trees, such as the rare Service Tree of Fontainebleau, and its populations of birds,mammals, and butterflies, can be conserved. It is a former royal hunting park often visited by hikersand horse riders. The forest is also well regarded for bouldering and is particularly popular amongclimbers, as the biggest developed area of that kind in the world.The Royal Châ teau de Fontainebleau is a large palace where the kings of France took their ease. It isalso the site where the French royal court, from 1528 onwards, entertained the body of new ideas thatbecame known as the Renaissance.
THE ACTION MINDSETManagers are expected to develop a richer understanding of what is change (although we talk about itall the time), what is not change, what is continuity and what determines good action.This module explores what is emotion and how it affects “rational” decision-making at the individuallevel by asking questions such as: How does emotion affect the odds of successful strategic renewaland innovation? How can one create emotionally intelligent organizations without necessarily requiringemotionally intelligent individuals in influential positions?Participants also look at business model competition; practical applications of strategy implementationwith combined rational and emotional dimensions; a model for developing a global innovation strategyframework; and Blue Ocean strategy.A significant part of the module is dedicated to presentations of the Impact Ventures – theprogram-long projects where participants work together to lead change initiatives back in theircompanies over 10 months of the program. At EBAPE, they present the conclusions and analyze whatthey have learned.
The Handbook of Research Synthesis and Meta-Analysis When the first edition of The Handbook of Research Synthesis was published in 1994, it quicklybecame the definitive reference for researchers conducting meta-analyses of existing research in boththe social and biological sciences. In this fully revised second edition, editors Harris Cooper, LarryHedges, and Jeff Valentine present updated versions of the Handbook’s classic chapters, as well asentirely new sections reporting on the most recent, cutting-edge developments in the field. Research synthesis is the practice of systematically distilling and integrating data from a variety ofsources in order to draw more reliable conclusions about a given question or topic. The Handbook ofResearch Synthesis and Meta-Analysis draws upon years of groundbreaking advances that havetransformed research synthesis from a narrative craft into an important scientific process in its ownright.Cooper, Hedges, and Valentine have assembled leading authorities in the field to guide the readerthrough every stage of the research synthesis process--problem formulation, literature search andevaluation, statistical integration, and report preparation. The Handbook of Research Synthesis andMeta-Analysis incorporates state-of-the-art techniques from all quantitative synthesis traditions.Distilling a vast technical literature and many informal sources, the Handbook provides a portfolio ofthe most effective solutions to the problems of quantitative data integration. Among the statisticalissues addressed by the authors are the synthesis of non-independent data sets, fixed and randomeffects methods, the performance of sensitivity analyses and model assessments, and the problem ofmissing data. The Handbook of Research Synthesis and Meta-Analysis also provides a rich treatment of thenon-statistical aspects of research synthesis. Topics include searching the literature, and developingschemes for gathering information from study reports. Those engaged in research synthesis will alsofind useful advice on how tables, graphs, and narration can be used to provide the most meaningfulcommunication of the results of research synthesis. In addition, the editors address the potentials andlimitations of research synthesis, and its future directions. The past decade has been a period of enormous growth in the field of research synthesis. Thesecond edition Handbook thoroughly revises original chapters to assure that the volume remains themost authoritative source of information for researchers undertaking meta-analysis today. In responseto the increasing use of research synthesis in the formation of public policy, the second edition includesa new chapter on both the strengths and limitations of research synthesis in policy debates anddecisions.
Another new chapter looks at computing effect sizes and standard errors from clustered data, such asschools or clinics. Authors also discuss updated techniques for locating hard-to-find ”fugitive” literature,ways of systematically assessing the quality of a study, and progress in statistical methods for detectingand estimating the effects of publication bias. The Handbook of Research Synthesis and Meta-Analysis is an illuminating compilation of practicalinstruction, theory, and problem solving. This unique volume offers the reader comprehensiveinstruction in the skills necessary to conduct powerful research syntheses meeting the higheststandards of objectivity. The significant developments included in the second edition will ensure thatthe Handbook remains the premier text on research synthesis for years to come.
Diary of a Wimpy KidThis innovative interactive journal based on Greg Heffley’s own “diary” lets kids express themselves inan exciting new way.In Diary of a Wimpy Kid Do-It-Yourself Book, kids will be asked: What was the best dream you ever had?The worst thing you ever ate? The best secret you ever heard? The most trouble you ever got in forsomething that wasn’t even your fault to begin with?This Do-It-Yourself Book features art throughout, along with ruled and blank pages for readers to createtheir own stories, keep their own diaries, and record their favorites and least faves.Includes a bonus full-color comics section featuring the collected cartoons of Greg Heffley and his bestfriend, Rowley.
The Hunger Games TrilogyThe Hunger Games trilogy takes place in an unidentified future time period after the destruction of thecurrent nations of North America, in a totalitarian nation known as "Panem". Panem consists of a hugelyrich Capitol, located in what used to be the Rocky Mountains, and twelve (formerly thirteen)surrounding, poorer districts which are under the hegemony of the Capitol.The Capitol is lavishly rich and technologically futuristic, but the twelve Districts are in varying states ofpoverty – the trilogys narrator and protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, lives in the poorest District 12,formerly Appalachia, where people regularly die of starvation.As punishment for a rebellion generations previous against the Capitol wherein twelve of the districtswere defeated and the thirteenth destroyed, every year one boy and one girl from each of theremaining twelve districts, between the ages of twelve and eighteen, are selected by lottery and forcedto participate in the "Hunger Games". The Games are a televised event where the participants, called "tributes", must fight to the death ina dangerous outdoor arena until only one remains. The winning tribute and his/her correspondingdistrict is then rewarded handsomely with food and plenty. The purpose of the Hunger Games is toprovide entertainment for the Capitol and to serve as a warning to the Districts to remind them of theCapitols power and lack of remorse.The Hunger Games follows 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen, a girl from District 12 who volunteers for the74th Hunger Games in place of her younger sister Prim. Also participating from District 12 is PeetaMellark, a boy who developed a secret lifelong crush on Katniss the moment he laid eyes on her as achild. They are mentored by District 12s only living victor, Haymitch Abernathy, who won the Games 24years earlier and has since assumed a solitary life of alcoholism. Peeta professes his love of Katniss ina television interview prior to the Games, leading the Capitol to portray Katniss and Peeta as"star-crossed lovers".This revelation surprises Katniss, who actually harbors feelings for her hunting buddy back home, GaleHawthorne. Haymitch advises Katniss to play along and act in love with Peeta, in order to gain wealthysponsors who can gift them supplies during the Games. In the arena, Katniss develops an alliance andfriendship with a young tribute from District 11 (Rue) and is emotionally scarred when she is killed whileacting as a decoy.
Katniss devises an impromptu memorial for Rue as an act of defiance toward the Capitol. More thanhalfway through the Games, the remaining tributes are alerted to an unprecedented rule change thatallows both tributes from the same district to be declared victors if they are the final two standing. Afterlearning of the change, Katniss and Peeta begin to work as a team and spare each others lives.When all of the other tributes are dead and they appear to win the Games together, the provision isreversed at the last moment, requiring one to kill the other. Katniss quickly devises a plan for herselfand Peeta to commit double-suicide (denying the Capitol of its precious victor), but they are stopped bythe Gamesmakers and both return home victorious.During and after the Games, Katniss indeed develops on-and-off feelings for Peeta and struggles tobalance them with the connection she feels with Gale. When it becomes clear the Capitol is upset withher defiance, Haymitch encourages Katniss to keep up (and even accelerate) the star-crossed loversact, without telling Peeta.