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谷歌HRD给职场人士的忠告:前十年别专一

阅读: | 2015-07-30 10:21:00 | 作者:ice1

  Google HR boss shares his best advice for succeeding in today's
workplace


  谷歌的人力资源主管分享在职场中成功的最好的建议


  Since Laszlo Bockbecame Google's senior vice president of people operations
in 2006, the company has grown from a workforce of 6,000 employees to
60,000.


  自从拉兹洛·博克2006年担任谷歌人力资源运营副总裁以来,公司的员工数量已由原来的6000名员工增长到了60000名员工。


  Today, it has more than 70 offices across 40 countries and receives more
than 2 million job applications every year.


  如今,谷歌在40个国家设有70多个办事处,每年还会收到两百多万的工作申请。


  In that same time, it's secured a comfortable No. 1 spot atop several
rankings of the best places to work.


  同一时间里,在最佳工作场所的几个排名中位于最舒适工作场所的榜首。


  Bock recently spoke about his new book about Google, "Work Rules!," with
venture capitalist John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Beyers(an
investor in Google since 1999) for a podcast episode of Voices of KPCB.


  博克最近跟KPCB风险投资公司的风险资本家约翰·杜尔(1999年起一直是谷歌的投资者)在KPCB之声的播客中谈到他关于谷歌的新书,“就是些工作准则而已!”


  At one point in the conversation, Doerr asks Bock to share his best career
advice for a knowledge worker, and Bock has an unorthodox answer, which we've
edited for clarity:


  在谈话中,杜尔邀请博克给脑力工作者分享其就业经验,然而博克给了我们曾经明白指出过的截然不同的答案。


  The conventional wisdom on how to manage your career is to specialize. They
talk about the T-Model, where you finish school and you spend your first 10
years specializing, and then 10 years out you get good, and then you become a
general manager (that's the top of the T). I have completely the opposite
view.


  对于职业发展,我们传统的观念就是术业有专攻。他们把这比作T型,你完成学业之后,把你第一个十年的时间花在专攻上,十年之后你成功了,之后你成了一个总经理(那是T型的顶端)。我的观点恰恰相反。


  Because everyone's doing that. So if you want to win, you need to do
something different.


  正因为所有人都抱有这样的想法。所以如果你想要赢,你就需要做点不同寻常的事情。


  In the first 10 years of your career, try a lot of different things. Don't
overthink it. Experiment. Work in different companies. Be in a startup; be in a
big company. Work for a branded company; work for somebody nobody's heard of.
Work for a nonprofit. You're going to get a level of breadth that somebody who's
specialized won't have.


  在你工作的第一个十年里,试着去做很多不同的事情。不要犹豫,要去尝试,要去不同的公司里工作。去创业,去大公司里工作。去大品牌公司工作;或者去一个名不经传的公司工作。不以赚钱为目的地去工作。你将会得到专攻的那些人所得不到的水平。


  Ten years in, by the time you're around 30, you should declare your
"major." That's when you decide here's "what I want to be when I grow up," and
you specialize.


  在这十年里,等你快要30岁的时候,你应该确定你的“专业”。那就是你决定“这就是我长大以后的梦想”的时候,那时候你也就会很专业了。


  If you want to be a user interface designer, you're going to be competing
against a bunch of people who have been doing that for 10 years, and they're a
dime a dozen. You're going to come in having done something like working for a
historical society or having traveled the world, and you're going to be
different.


  如果你想成为一个用户界面设计师,你将会与已经这样做了10年的一群人竞争,这些人比比皆是。如果你做了类似于曾经为历史学会工作或者曾经环游世界的事情,那你将是与众不同的。


  Because you're different you're going to have an advantage with the insight
you can bring. The cool things are happening at the intersections of fields, not
deep, deep, deep in a field — with a few exceptions.


  因为你的不同来源于你能利用你洞察力的优势。美好的东西总在不同领域的交叉点中,而非那些很深很深的领域中——那是极少数的。


  And then in your next 10 years, you accelerate.


  在你接下来的10年里,你要加速。


  In the third decade of your career, you sort of reap the rewards. You're
C-level in a company, or you're a founder. And you just do your own thing.


  在你职业生涯中的第三个十年,你会获得回报。你在公司里是C级水平,还是你是创始人。你只需要做好你自己的事情。

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