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10. “In any enterprise, the process of making or doing something is ultimately more important than the final product.” Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the opinion expressed above. Support your point of view with reasons and/or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.

The question at hand is whether the process of making or doing something is ultimately more important than the final product. In my opinion, the process of making or doing something is less important than the final products. My position is based on the following three reasons.

First of all, when we do something, we want the final result, not the process itself. No matter how perfect the process is, if we can not obtain the desirable products, all of our work will not be paid off. Image when I write this essay, I want you to accept my position. If I am sure that my argument can’t persuade you, I will never start to write.

Second, many great products have been generated through different manufacturing processes. Consider the same or similar products made by different producers. Today, for nearly every product, there is more than one manufacturer. It is obviously unacceptable to conclude that one product is better than the other because the process to make the first is better than that to make the second.

Finally, some enterprise is regarded as the leading provider of some products but actually they do not produce anything. You may think it is unimaginable. However, this phenomenon is common in information technology industry, known as “OEM”. For example, the world-wide famous company, IBM is regarded as the first and leading provider of personal computer. But since 2002, it has outsourced all of its PC products to Taiwanese manufacturers. This company is still considered to be one of the leading PC providers but it no longer manufactured this product.

In sum, the final product is more important than the process of making it. I strongly disagree with the speaker's assertion that the process is ultimately more important than product.


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