Man: Well, I definitely agree with you，Rose, that the suggestions scheme is a good idea -
Man: - and it's got the MD's support, which is crucial, of course.
Woman: Yes. Well, I am pleased, because where I've seen these schemes in other companies, they do seem to be valuable, you know, worth setting up.
女：是的 。好吧，我很高兴，因为我在其他公司看到过这些计划，它们看起来确实很有价值，值得设立 。
Man: I suppose because they push profits up?
Woman: Yuh, well, not exactly.
I mean, yes, ultimately, that can happen ... but it's more that if you get an efficient scheme going, one that runs well,
then the real advantage is people feel more involved, that they matter more, so you get more energy around the place.
那么真正的优势是让人们感到更多的参与其中，它们更重要 。所以，就能汇聚更多的能量 。
Man: I see what you mean. OK, so when we get the suggestions in, how do we start? I guess we check out viability - if it's worth going ahead?
Woman: Certainly you've got to be seen to respond. But actually the first thing, crucially, is to acknowledge it.
女：当然，必须要看到回应 。但实际上，最关键的是，首先要认识到这一点 。
I'd have thought we could use the notice-board for that, put the suggestions on it, so people see immediately that it goes somewhere.
Man: Right. And now, is there anyone who can't be involved, do you think? I was thinking that the assistants maybe should
Woman: Oh no, they should have a say, some of their ideas could be useful, and it's important for them to feel more involved.
I was wondering about the directors and so on, because there's a danger -
Man: That their ideas would seem like orders?
Mind you, I think we can set the thing up so that all ideas are to be judged as ideas, regardless of the level they've come from.