departmentnoun

  • ja部門、〔米政府の〕省、〔大学の〕学部
  • ena section of a large entity such as an organization, government, business, establishment, university, etc.

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What if I create a position for you?
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I'll make you assistant buyer in this department.
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Salesforce is doing so many things beyond sales.
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Would you ever consider changing the name?
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Why not call it "Dreamforce"?
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That seems like a good name.
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Well, we have an opportunity in our marketing department
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so you should come in and think about that.
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So that’s a no, you’re sticking with "Salesforce"?
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It’s working.
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Why did you perform half as many procedures as your colleagues?
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Because there's other ways to help people than by cutting them open.
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Run the cardiac surgical department.
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There is no cardiac surgical department.
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Then build one.
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Companies that aren’t able to meet the requirements of GDPR face some serious fines —
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up to 20 million euros or 4% of global annual turnover, whichever is bigger.
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So for a tech giant like Facebook, that can equal over $1 billion.
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And for a small business, it can mean make or break.
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We’ve always historically had compliance departments.
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We’ve historically had IT departments.
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What we’re missing in the middle is the person that manages the data, the strategist as it were.
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- Nine dollars. - What?
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- Nine dollars, the boy's department. - No.
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After half a century of being the only chocolate player in town,
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Mars became a tough competitor.
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The owner of M&M and Snickers forced Hershey to finally create a marketing department in the 1960s.
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You could have detectives from 8 different departments investigating 8 identical rapes
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with no clue they're all chasing the same guy.
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I'm a graduate student on sabbatical to study birds at the University of Buenos Aires.
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You know, Cornell has a far better ornithology department,
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and it's right here in New York.
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We, as you may know, relaunched the brand 4 years ago.
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But it was very much based on something that Sam Walton had said.
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That if we work together, we’ll give the world an opportunity to see what it's like to save and to have a better life.
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And we, in the marketing department, worked on taking those words and crafting it into our purpose,
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which is to save people money so they can live better.
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And you see that in our advertising.
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“Save money. Live better.”
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There's a professional situation, and I just need you—
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See? You need me.
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The department needs you because you're the one—
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I'm the one!
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Hey, guys.
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Department has a new green initiative.
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We have to reduce energy usage by 15%.
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That means no more laminating, Santiago.
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Kenny, if he breaks his leg, he's not gonna be able to cook.
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Are you a fucking HR department?
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Jesus, Todd, relax.
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And this is the disappointing thing, is that we have very strong HR departments.
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We now have a global head of HR.
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And so that the local HR departments don’t, in these situations, don’t talk to their local management.
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They should come straight up to the senior management.
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And ultimately, if the situation looks serious, to my brother or myself.