BU knozledge

08:27 Jan 24, 2004
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: BU knozledge
Be sure to include leadership and teamzork competencies and BU specific fudamental knowledge and skills
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4Business Understanding
Alex Zelkind (X)
4conocimiento/(saber) de oficina o departamento/(agencia)
Сергей Лузан
3an idea
Kathrin.B


  

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Business Understanding


Explanation:
That's how business courses are called in some universities. For example, BU 101, BU426, etc.

Alex Zelkind (X)
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conocimiento/(saber) de oficina o departamento/(agencia)


Explanation:
¡Buena suerte, leti!
"bu" significa "bureau" según
Re.: The Random House Dictionary, ISBN 0-394-51200-6.

Сергей Лузан
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bu knozledge
an idea


Explanation:
BU knowledge means "business unit knowledge", and involves a lot of techniques of how to communicate people, subordinates, other managers lead a team or a group, tackle problems, etc.
It could require both innate features and learned knowledge.

Well, as my Spanish is in the very begining of the learning process, I just try to put the words together:

"Business Unidad Conocimiento"

If "business" is generally used without translation in Spanish, I wouldn't tarnslate it.

Cheers :)



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