They identify eight skills necessary to create "planned serendipity," foster conditions for serendipity, and attract it: maximizing physical and conceptual movement in the workspace; preparation (the ability to link together unconnected events, information, and people); divergence (minimizing fixed plans and goals to allow for changing circumstances); committing to the right option); activation (creating new activities to open up awareness of all possibilities); optimizing the number and quality of connections with others; permeability (replacing the rigid walls most organizations have with others and creating an open exchange of information); and attraction (projecting purpose into the world).
What does RW stand for?
RW stands for Rigid Wall
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We have 26 other meanings of RW in our Acronym Attic
- Resourceful Women (San Francisco, CA)
- Retaining Wall (construction)
- Retirement Weekly
- Revolutionary War
- Rewritable (disk)
- Ridgetown Waterway
- Right Waist Gunner
- Right Wing
- Right-of-Way (various state and local governments)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rigid wall isolators use a ventilation/filtration system with safe change push-push HEPA filters.
What is specific and necessary, however, are the following rules: All specimens must be properly contained in coolers, boxes, or other rigid wall containers without possibility of leaking or contamination; all specimen containers must be carried within the vehicle must be confined within a seat belt--no exceptions; and the courier and any other person in the vehicle must have current training in spill control and biohazards.
The rigid wall boundary conditions are used to define the interface of material with a rigid surface.
To resist the outward thrusting load, you need a fairly rigid wall.
Displayed near the Force Provider camp was a rigid wall shelter capability.
Is there a rigid wall to be built around the species Homo sapiens, or should we talk about whether there are other species which are entitled to our humanistic sympathies?