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2017年6月大学英语四级真题及答案详解

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简介:本文档为《2017年6月大学英语四级真题及答案详解doc》,可适用于考试题库领域

年月大学英语四级真题及答案详解(第一套)PartIWriting                  (minutes)(请于正式开考后半小时内完成该部分之后将进行听力考试)Directions:Forthispart,youareallowedminutestowriteanadvertisementonyourcampuswebsitetosellacomputeryouusedatcollegeYouradvertisementmayincludeitsbrand,specificationsfeatures,conditionandprice,andyourcontactinformationYoushouldwriteatleastwordsbutnomorethanwordsPartIIListeningComprehension           (minutes)SectionADirections:Inthissection,youwillhearthreenewsreportsAttheendofeachnewsreport,youwillheartwoorthreequestionsBoththenewsreportandquestionswillbespokenonlyonceAfteryouhearquestions,youmustchoosethebestanswerfromthefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD)ThenmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentre注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。QuestionstoarebasedontheconversationyouhavejustheardA)ThemaninthecarwasabsentmindedB)ThetestdrivermadeawrongjudgementC)TheselfdrivingsystemwasfaultyD)Thecarwasmovingatafastspeed A)TheyhavedonebetterthanconventionalcarsB)TheyhavecausedseveralseverecrashesC)Theyhaveasensethat‘thisisn’tright”’ShethenrealizedthatherlifenolongermatchedhervisionforitDUpuntilthatpoint,LeahhadfollowedtraditionalmeasuresofsuccessAftergraduatingwithadegreeinbusinessandaccounting,shejoinedapublicaccountingfirm,married,boughtahouse,putlotsofstuffinit,andhadababy“Ididwhateverybodyelsethoughtlookedsuccessful,”shesaysLeaheasilycouldhavefallenintoatrapoffeelingcontentinstead,herenergysparkedaperiodofexperimentationandrenewalEFeelingtheneedtochange,LeahstartedplayingwithfuturepossibilitiesbyexploringherinterestsanddevelopingnewcapabilitiesFirsttryingphysicalexerciseanddieting,shelostsomeweightanddiscoveredaninnerstrength“feltpowerfulbecausebrokethroughmyownlimitations,”sherecallsFHowever,itwasanotherinterestthatledLeahtoradicallyreinventherself“Iremembersittingonabenchwithmyauntatayogastudio,’’shesaid,havingamomentofclarityrightthenandthere:YogaissavingmylifeYogaiswakingmeupI’mnothappyandIwanttochangeandI’mdonewiththis”InthatmomentofclarityLeahmadeanimportantleap,conqueringherinnerresistancetochangeandmakingafirmcommitmenttotakebiggerstepsGCreatingthefutureyouwantisaloteasierifyouarereadytoexploittheopportunitiesthatcomeyourwayWhenLeahmadethecommitmenttochange,sheprimedherselftonewopportunitiesshemayotherwisehaveoverlookedSherecalls:HOnedayamanIworkedwith,Ryan,whohadhisofficenexttomine,said,“Leah,let’sgolookatthisspaceonQueenAnne”HeknewmyloveforyogaandhadseenaspaceclosetowherehelivedthathethoughtmightbegoodtoserveasayogastudioAssoonasIsawthelocation,IknewthiswasitOfcourseIwasscared,yetIhadthisstrongsenseof“Ihavetodothis”OnlyafewmonthslaterLeahopenedherfirstyogastudio,butsuccesswasnotinstantICreatingthefuturetakestimeThat’swhyleaderscontinuetomanagethepresentwhilebuildingtowardthebigchangesofthefutureWhenit’stimetomaketheleap,theytakeactionandimmediatelydropwhat’snolongerservingtheirpurposeInitiallyLeahstayedwithheraccountingjobwhilestartinguptheyogastudiotomakeitallworkJSoonafter,sheknewshehadtomakeaboldmovetofullycommittohernewfutureWithintwoyears,LeahshedthesafetyofheraccountingjobandmadetheswitchcompleteSuchdrasticchangeisnoteasyKSteeringthroughchangeandfacingobstaclesbringsusfacetofacewithourfearsLeahreflectsononeincidentthattriggeredherfears,whenherinvestorsthreatenedtoshutherdown:“IwasprobablyupagainstthemostfearI’veeverhad”shesays“Ihadspenttwoyearscultivatingthiscommunity,andithadbecomesuccessfulveryfast,butwithinsixmonthsIwasfacingtheprospectoflosingitall”LSheconnectedwithhersenseofpurposeanddugdeep,cultivatingatremendoussenseofstrength“IwasfeelingsointentionalandstrongthatIwasn’tgoingtoletfearjusttakeoverIwasthinking,‘OK,guys,ifyouwanttotrytoshutmedown,shutmedown’AndIknewitwasanegotiationscheme,soIwasabletosaytomyself,‘Thisisnotreal’”Bynamingherfearsandfacingthemheadon,LeahgainedconfidenceFormostofus,lettinggoofthesafetyandsecurityofthepastgivesusgreatfearCallingoutourfearsexplicitly,asLeahdid,canhelpusactdecisivelyMThecycleofrenewalneverendsLeah’sgrowthspurredhertoopenhersecondstudioanditwasn’tforthemoneyNIhavenodesiretomakemillionsofdollarsIt’snotaboutthatit’saboutgrowthformeHonestly,Ididn’tneedtoopenasecondstudioIwasmakingasmuchmoneyasIwasasanaccountantButIknowifyoudon’tgrow,youstandstill,andthatdoesn’tworkformeOConsiderthecurrentmomentinyourownlife,yourteamoryourorganizationWhereareyouinthecycleofrenewal:Areyouactivelypreservingthepresent,orselectivelyforgettingthepast,orboldlycreatingthefutureWhatadvicewouldLeahgiveyoutomoveyouaheadonyourjourneyOncewe’reonthepathofgrowth,wecancontinuallymovethroughtheseasonsoftransformationandrenewal注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。Readinesstotakeadvantageofnewopportunitieswillmakeiteasiertocreateone’sdesiredfuture  Byconventionalstandards,Leahwasatypicalsuccessfulwomanbeforeshechangedhercareer  Leahgainedconfidencebylayingoutherfearsandconfrontingthemdirectly  Insearchofameaningfullife,LeahgaveupwhatshehadandsetupherownyogastudiosLeah'sinterestinyogapromptedhertomakeafirmdecisiontoreshapeherlifeSmallsignsmayindicategreatchangestocomeandthereforemeritattentionLeah’sfirstyogastudiowasbynomeansanimmediatesuccess  Somepeopleregardprofessionalchangeasanunpleasantexperiencethatdisturbstheirstablecareers  TheworstfearLeaheverhadwastheprospectoflosingheryogabusiness  AssheexplorednewinterestsanddevelopednewpotentialsLeahfeltpowerfulinternallySectionCDirections:TherearepassagesinthissectionEachpassageisfollowedbysomequestionsorunfinishedstatementsForeachofthemtherearefourchoicesmarkedA),B),C)andD)YoushoulddecideonthebestchoiceandmarkthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentrePassageOneQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassageTheUrbanizationmigrationawayfromthesuburbstothecitycenterwillbethebiggestrealestatetrendin,accordingtoanewreportThereportsaysAmerica’surbanizationwillcontinuetobethemostsignificantissueaffectingtheindustry,ascitiesacrossthecountryimitatethewalkabilityandtransitorienteddevelopmentmakingcitieslikeNewYorkandSanFranciscososuccessfulAssmallercitiescopythemodelofthese“hourcities’’tfioreaffordableversionsoftheseplaceswillbecreatedThereportreferstothisasthecomingofthe“hourcity”andusesthetermtorefertocitieslikeHouston,Austin,Charlotte,andNashville,whichare“positioningthemselvesashighlycompetitive,intermsoflivability,employmentofferings,andrecreationalandculturalfacilities”AnothertrendthatlookssignificantinisthatAmerica’slargestpopulationgroup,Millennials(千禧一代)willcontinuetoputoffbuyingahouseApartmentswillretaintheirappealforawhileforMillennials,hauntedbywhathappenedtohomeowningparentsThistrendwillcontinueintothes,thereportprojectsAfterthat,surveyrespondentsdisagreeoverwhetherthisgenerationwillfollowintheirparentsfootsteps,movingtothesuburbstoraisefamilies,orwillchoosetoremaininthecitycenterAnotherissueaffectingrealestateinthecomingyearwillbeAmerica’sfailinginfrastructureMostroads,bridges,transit,watersystems,theelectricgrid,andcommunicationsnetworkswereinstalledtoyearsago,andtheyarelargelytakenforgranteduntiltheyfailThereport’swritersstatethatAmerica’sfailuretoinvestininfrastructureimpactsnotonlythehealthoftherealestatemarket,butalsoourabilitytoremaingloballycompetitiveApartfromthespecifictrendshighlightedabove,whichcausesomeinvestorstoworry,thereportportraysanoveralloptimismbornebytherecenthealthyrealestate“upcycle”andimprovingeconomySeventyfourpercentoftherespondentssurveyedreporta“goodtoexcellent”expectationofrealestateprofitabilityinWhileexcessiveoptimismcanpromotebadinvestmentpatterns,resultinginarealestate“bubble,”thereport’swritersdownplaythatpotentialoutcomeinthatithasnotyetoccurred注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。  Accordingtothenewreport,realestatedevelopmentinwillwitnessA)  anacceleratingspeedB)ashifttocitycentersC)anewfocusonsmallcitiesD)aneverincreasingdemand  Whatcharacterizes“hourcities”likeNewYorkA)  PeoplecanlivewithoutprivatecarsB)  PeoplearegenerallymorecompetitiveC)  PeoplecanenjoyservicesaroundtheclockD)  PeopleareinharmonywiththeenvironmentWhyareMillennialsreluctanttobuyahouseA)  TheycanonlyaffordsmallapartmentsB)  ThehousepricesarecurrentlytoohighC)Theirparents'badexperiencestillhauntsthemD)Theyfeelattachedtothesuburbanenvironment  WhatmighthinderrealestatedevelopmentintheUSA)  ThecontinuingeconomicrecessioninthecountryB)  ThelackofconfidenceonthepartofinvestorsC)  ThefierceglobalcompetitionD)  Theworseninginfrastructure  HowdomostoftherespondentsinthesurveyfeelabouttheUSrealestatemarketinA)Pessimistic          B)HopefulC)  Cautious          D)UncertainPassageTwoQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassageThebrainisaseeminglyendlesslibrary,whoseshelveshouseourmostpreciousmemoriesaswellasourlifetime’sknowledgeButisthereapointwhereitreachescapacityTheanswerisno,becausebrainsaremoresophisticatedthanthatInsteadofjustcrowdingin,oldinformationissometimespushedoutofthebrainfornewmemoriestoformPreviousbehaviouralstudieshaveshownthatlearningnewinformationcanleadtoforgettingButinanewstudy,researchersdemonstratedforthefirsttimehowthiseffectoccursinthebrainIndailylife,forgettingactuallyhasclearadvantagesImagine,forinstance,thatyoulostyourbankcardThenewcardyoureceivewillcomewithanewpersonalidentificatipnnumber(PIN)EachtimeyourememberthenewPIN,yougraduallyforgettheoldoneThisprocessimprovesaccesstorelevantinformation,withoutoldmemoriesinterferingAndmostofusmaysometimesfeelthefrustrationofhavingoldmemoriesinterferewithnew,relevantmemoriesConsidertryingtorememberwhereyouparkedyourcarinthesamecarparkyouwereataweekearlierThistypeofmemory(whereyouaretryingtoremembernew,butsimilarinformation)isparticularlyvulnerabletointerferenceWhenweacquirenewinformation,thebrainautomaticallytriestoincorporate(合并)itwithinexistinginformationbyformingassociationsAndwhenweretrieve(检索)information,boththedesiredandassociatedbutirrelevantinformationisrecalled,ThemajorityofpreviousresearchhasfocusedonhowwelearnandremembernewinformationButcurrentstudiesarebeginningtoplacegreateremphasisontheconditionsunderwhichweforget,asitsimportancebeginstobemoreappreciatedAverysmallnumberofpeopleareabletorememberalmosteverydetailoftheirlifeWhileitmaysoundlikeanadvantagetomany,peoplewiththisrareconditionoftenfindtheirunusualabilityburdensomeInasense,forgettingisourbrain’swayofsortingmemories,sothemostrelevantmemoriesarereadyforretrievalNormalforgettingmayevenbeasafetymechanismtoensureourbraindoesn’tbecometoofull注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。  WhathavepastbehaviouralstudiesfoundaboutourbrainA)  ItscapacityactuallyknowsnolimitsB)  ItgrowssophisticatedwithpracticeC)  Itkeepsourmostpreciousmemoriesuntillife’sendD)  Newinformationlearnedpushesoldinformationout  WhatisthebenefitofforgettingA)  ItfreesusfrompainfulmemoriesB)  IthelpsslowdownouragingprocessC)  ItfacilitatesouraccesstorelevantinformationD)  Itpreventsoldinformationfromformingassociations  WhatistheemphasisofcurrentstudiesofmemoryA)  WhenpeopletendtoforgetB)  WhatcontributestoforgettingC)  HownewtechnologyhindersmemorycapacityD)  Whylearningandforgettingarccomplementary  WhatdopeoplefindabouttheirrareabilitytoremembereverydetailoftheirlifeA)  ItaddstotheburdenoftheirmemoryB)  ItmakestheirlifemorecomplicatedC)  ItcontributestotheirsuccessinlifeD)  ItconstitutesarareobjectofenvyWhatdoesthepassagesayaboutforgettingA)  ItcanenlargeourbraincapacityB)  IthelpsgetridofnegativememoriesC)  ItisawayoforganisingourmemoriesD)  ItshouldnotcauseanyalarminanywayPartIV            Translation          (minutes)Directions:Forthispart,youareallowedminutestotranslateapassagefromChineseintoEnglishYoushouldwriteyouransweronAnswerSheet长江是亚洲最长、世界上第三长的河流。长江流经多种不同的生态系统是诸多濒危物种的栖息地灌溉了中国五分之一的土地。长江流域(riverbasin)居住着三分之一的人口。长江在中国历史、文化和经济上起着很大的作用。长江三角洲(delta)产出多达的中国国民生产总值。几千年来长江一直被用于供水、运输和工业生产。长江上还坐落着世界最大的水电站。注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。参考答案CACBD DBCAB DBADC ADBAB DACCB JCGMAFIKHB GDLBF CHAKEBCCDB DCBAC翻译第二套答案:长江是亚洲最长、世界上第三长的河流。长江流经多种不同的生态系统是诸多濒危物种的栖息地灌溉了中国五分之一的土地。长江流域居住着中国三分之一的人口。长江在中国历史、文化和经济上起着很大的作用。长江三角洲产出多达的中国国民生产总值。几千年来长江一直被用于供水运输和工业生产。长江上还坐落着世界最大的水电站。TheYangtzeRiveristhelongestriverinAsiaandalsothethirdlongestriveraroundtheworldYangtzeRiverwhichflowsthroughavarietyofdifferentecosystems,isthehabitatofmanyendangeredspecies,irrigatingonefifthofthelandinChinaTheYangtzeRiverBasinishometoonethirdofChinesepopulation,whichplaysasignificantroleonChinesehistory,cultureandeconomyTheYangtzeRiverDeltaproducesuptotwentypercentofChina'sGrossNationalProductForthousandsofyears,theYangtzeRiverhasbeentakenadvantagesofwatersupply,transportationandindustrialproductionBesides,theworld’slargesthydroelectricpowerstationstandsontheYangtzeRiver年月大学英语四级真题及答案(第三套)PartIWriting           (minutes)(请于正式开考后半小时内完成该部分之后将进行听力考试)Directions:Forthispart,youareallowedminutestowriteanadvertisementonyourcampuswebsitetosellsomeofthecoursebooksyouusedatcollegeYouradvertisementmayincludeabriefdescriptionoftheircontent,theircondition,theirpriceandyourcontactinformationYoushouldwriteatleastwordsbutnomorethanwordsPartII ListeningComprehension        (minutes)同第二套PartⅢReadingComprehension        (minutes)SectionADirections:Inthissection,thereisapassagewithtenblanksYouarerequiredtoselectonewordforeachblankfromalistofchoicesgiveninawordbankfollowingthepassageReadthepassagethroughcarefullybeforemakingyourchoices,EachchoiceinthebankisidentifiedbyaletterPleasemarkthecorrespondingletterforeachitemonAnswerSheetwithasinglelinethroughthecentreYoumaynotuseanyofthewordsinthebankmorethanonceQuestionstoarebasedonthefollowingpassageAsifyouneededanotherreasontohatethegym,itnowturnsoutthatexercisecanexhaustnotonlyyourmuscles,butalsoyoureyesFearnot,however,forcoffeecanstimulatethemagainDuring()exercise,ourmusclestireastheyrunoutoffuelandbuildupwasteproductsMuscleperformancecanalsobeaffectedbya()called"centralfatigue,”inwhichanimbalanceinthebody’schemicalmessengerspreventsthecentralnervoussystemfromdirectingmusclemovements()Itwasnotknown,however,whethercentralfatiguemightalsoaffectmotorsystemsnotdirectly()  intheexerciseitself,suchasthosethatmovetheeyesTofindout,researchersgavevolunteercyclistsacarbohydrate(碳水化合物的)()eitherwithamoderatedoseofcaffeine(咖啡因)whichisknowntostimulatethecentralnervoussystem,orasaplacebo(安慰剂)without,duringhoursof()Afterexercising,thescientiststestedthecyclistswitheyetrackingcamerastoseehowwelltheirbrainscouldstill()theirvisualsystemTheteamfoundthatexercisereducedthespeedofrapideyemovementsbyabout,()theirabilitytocapturenewvisualinformationThecaffeine,theequivalentoftwostrongcupsofcoffee,was()toreversethiseffect,withsomecyclistsevendisplaying()eyemovementspeedsSoitmightbeagoodideatogetsomeoneelsetodriveyouhomeafterthatmarathon注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。A)cautiouslyB)commitC)controlD)cyclingE)effectivelyF)increasedG)involvedH)limitedI)phenomenonJ)preventingK)sensitiveL)slowingM)solutionN)sufficientO)vigorous     SectionBDirections:Inthissection,youaregoingtoreadapassagewithtenstatementsattachedtoitEachstatementcontainsinformationgiveninoneoftheparagraphsIdentifytheparagraphfromwhichtheinformationisderivedYoumaychooseaparagraphmorethanonceEachparagraphismarkedwithaletterAnswerthequestionsbymarkingthecorrespondingletteronAnswerSheetTeamspiritATeamshavebecomethebasicbuildingblocksoforganizationsRecruitmentadvertisementsroutinelycallfor“teamplayers”BusinessschoolsgradetheirstudentsinpartontheirperformanceingroupprojectsOfficemanagersknockdownwallstoencourageteambuildingTeamsareasoldascivilization,ofcourse:evenJesushadcoworkersButanewreportbyDeloitte,“GlobalHumanCapitalTrends”,basedonasurveyofmorethan,executivesinovercountries,suggeststhatthefashionforteamworkhasreachedanewhighAlmosthalfofthosesurveyedsaidtheircompanieswereeitherinthemiddleofrestructuringorabouttoembarkon(开始)itandforthemostpart,restructuringmeantputtingmoreemphasisonteamsBCompaniesareabandoningconventionalfunctionaldepartmentsandorganisingemployeesintocrossdisciplinaryteamsthatfocusonparticularproducts,problemsorcustomersTheseteamsaregainingmorepowertoruntheirownaffairsTheyarealsospendingmoretimeworkingwitheachotherratherthanreportingupwardsDeloittearguesthataneworganisationalformisontherise:anetworkofteamsisreplacingtheconventionalhierarchy(等级体制)CThefashionforteamsisdrivenbyasensethattheoldwayoforganisingpeopleistoorigidforboththemodemmarketplaceandtheexpectationsofemployeesTechnologicalinnovationplacesgreatervalueonagility(灵活性)JohnChambers,chairmanofCiscoSystemsInc,aworldwideleaderinelectronicsproducts,saysthat“wecompeteagainstmarkettransitions(过渡)notcompetitorsProducttransitionsusedtotakefiveorsevenyearsnowtheytakeoneortwo”DigitaltechnologyalsomakesiteasierforpeopletocoordinatetheiractivitieswithoutresortingtohierarchyThe“millennials”(千禧一代)whowillsoonmakeuphalftheworkforceinrichcountrieswereraisedfromnurseryschoolonwardstoworkingroupsDThefashionforteamsisalsospreadingfromtheusualcorporatesuspects(suchasGEandIBM)tosomemoreunusualonesTheClevelandClinic,ahospitaloperator,hasreorganiseditsmedicalstaffintoteamstofocusonparticulartreatmentareasconsultants,nursesandotherscollaboratecloselyinsteadofbeingseparatedbyspeciality(专业)andrankTheUSArmyhasgonethesamewayInhisbook,“TeamofTeams'GeneralStanleyMcChrystaldescribeshowthearmy’shierarchicalstructurehindereditsoperationsduringtheearlystagesoftheIraqwarHissolutionwastolearnsomethingfromtheinsurgentsitwasfighting:decentraliseauthoritytoselforganisingteamsEAgoodruleofthumbisthatassoonasgeneralsandhospitaladministratorsjumponamanagementbandwagon,itistimetoaskquestionsLeighThompsonofKelloggSchoolofManagementinIllinoiswarnsthat,‘Teamsarenotalwaystheanswerteamsmayprovideinsight,creativityandknowledgeinawaythatapersonworkingindependentlycannotbutteamworkmayalsoleadtoconfusion,delayandpoordecisionmaking”ThelateRichardHackmanofHarvardUniversityonceargued,“Ihavenoquestionthatwhenyouhaveateam,thepossibilityexiststhatitwillgeneratemagic,producingsomethingextraordinaryButdon’tcountonit”FHackman(whodiedin)notedthatteamsarehamperedbyproblemsofcoordinationandmotivationthatchipawayatthebenefitsofcollaborationHighflyersforcedtoworkinteamsmaybeundervaluedandfreeridersempoweredGroupthinkmaybeunavoidableInastudyofteamsofseniorexecutives,hediscoveredthatlessthanoftheirsupposedmembersagreedonwhoexactlywasontheteamIfitishardenoughtodefineateam’smembership,agreeingonitspurposeisharderstillGProfoundchangesintheworkforcearemakingteamstrickiertomanageTeamsworkbestiftheirmembershaveastrongcommoncultureThisishardtoachievewhen,asisnowthecaseinmanybigfirms,alargeproportionofstaffaretemporarycontractorsTeamworkimproveswithtime:America’sNationalTransportationSafetyBoardfoundthatoftheincidentsinitscivilaviationdatabaseoccurredonacrew’sfirstdayofflyingtogetherHowever,asAmyEdmondsonofHarvardpointsout,organisationsincreasinglyuse“team”asaverbratherthananoun:theyformteamsforspecificpurposesandthenquicklydisbandthemHTheleastthatcanbeconcludedfromthisresearchisthatcompaniesneedtothinkharderaboutmanagingteamsTheyneedtoridtheirmindsofsentimentalism(感情用事):themostsuccessfulteamshaveleaderswhoareabletosetanoveralldirectionandtakeimmediateactionTheyneedtokeepteamssmallandfocused:givingintopressuretobemore“inclusive”isaguaranteeofdysfunctionJeffBezos,Amazon’sboss,saysthat“IfIseemorethantwopizzasforlunch,theteamistoobig”Theyneedtoimmunizeteamsagainstgroupthink:Hackmanarguedthatthebestonescontain“deviants”(离经叛道者)whoarewillingtodosomethingthatmaybeupsettingtoothersIAnewstudyof,workersincountriesbySteelcase,afurnituremakerwhichalsodoesconsulting,findsthatthebestwaytoensureemployeesare“engaged”istogivethemmorecontroloverwhereandhowtheydotheirwork―whichmaymeanliberatingthemfromhavingtodoeverythingincollaborationwithothersJHowever,organisationsneedtolearnsomethingbiggerthanhowtomanageteamsbetter:theyneedtobeinthehabitofaskingthemselveswhetherteamsarethebesttoolsforthejobTeambuildingskillsareinshortsupply:DeloittereportsthatonlyoftheexecutivestheycontactedfeeltheyunderstandthewaypeopleworktogetherinnetworksandonlyfeelconfidentintheirabilitytobuildcrossfunctionalteamsLooselymanagedteamscanbecomehotbedsofdistraction―employeesroutinelycomplainthattheycan’tgettheirworkdonebecausetheyareforcedtospendtoomuchtimeinmeetingsorcompelledtoworkinnoisyofficesEvenintheageofopenplanofficesandsocialnetworkssomeworkisbestlefttotheindividual注意:此部分试题请在答题卡上作答。Successfulteamleadersknowexactlywheretheteamshouldgoandareabletotakepromptactio
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