[Harvard English] hands-on

 [Speech Tip] 이 정도는 사용할 줄 알아야, '영어 좀 하네', 인정 받을 수 있어요!

Hands-on 직접 해 보는
Involving active participation; applied, as opposed to theoretical:

“We’re involved in hands-on operations, pulling levers, pushing buttons”

HBR 아티클에서는 이렇게 사용하고 있어요.

“All of them, even though they sit on top empires, go deep and try to understand things themselves. They’re very hands-on.”

– 1월호 아티클, “Life’s work—Salman Khan” 중에서

[HBR Jargon] 알고 있으면 도움이 되는 용어!

Lean Startup 린스타트업

“Lean Startup” is a method for developing businesses and products first proposed in 2011 by Eric Ries. Based on his previous experience working in several US startups, Ries claims that startups can shorten their product development cycles by adopting a combination of business-hypothesis-driven experimentation, iterative product releases, and what he calls “validated learning”. Ries’ overall claim is that if startups invest their time into iteratively building products or services to meet the needs of early customers, they can reduce the market risks and sidestep the need for large amounts of initial project funding and expensive product launches and failures.”

HBR 아티클에서는 이렇게 사용하고 있어요.

“Your first trial-and-error attempts to teach your cousins remind me of the interactive “lean start-up” model. ”

– 1월호 아티클, “Life’s work—Salman Khan” 중에서

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