What Needs to Be In Place For An Organization to Be Dialogic

This blog post is the fourth in a series of posts on dialogue. In the first, “The Most Important Knowledge KM is Ignoring,” I explain that the way we talk in organizations too often prevents us from solving the most challenging problems we face. In the second, “An Organization That Changed Its Culture by Implementing Dialogue,” I offer a brief case study of an organization, The Virginia Department of Corrections, that has...

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Don’t look busy

This article originally appeared on The Editors’ Weekly, the official blog of Canada’s national editorial association It’s a good thing I’m not working in-house anymore. I’ve been far too busy lately to look busy. Those of you who have worked in corporate environments know what I’m talking about: You can spend an awful lot of time and effort looking busy instead of getting things done. There are a few reasons for that. One...

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Exception handling mechanism of Java exception

Exception handling mechanism   1. Throw an exception 2. Catch exception 3. There are five keywords for exception handling try、catch、finally、throw、throws Note: suppose you want to catch multiple exceptions: you need to follow the hierarchy (exception Architecture) from small to large! package exception; /** *Java catches and throws exceptions: *Exception handling mechanism *1. Throw an exception *2. Capture exception ...

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A collection of JS knowledge points commonly used in development

Indexes 1. Object deep copy 2. Online pictures to Base64, online pictures Click to download 3. Object deep copy 4. Object deep copy 5. Object deep copy 6. Object deep copy 1. Deep copy of objects (first level attribute copy and multi-level nested attribute copy) //Deep copy function (satisfying multi-level nesting of attributes) Function deepcloneobj (sourceobj) {var obj = (sourceobj instance of array)? [: {}; for (VaR key in...

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These are the top posts of 2020

It's always very interesting as a writer to look back at a year's of posts and find out which ones were most popular with my readers. Here are the top posts on Junk Charts from 2020: How to read this chart about coronavirus risk This post about a New York Times scatter plot dates from February, a time when many Americans were debating whether Covid-19 was just the flu. Proportions and rates: we are no dupes This post about a...

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Barriers of Agility

In most of the surveys about barriers of agility in organizations, you learn that the top three places are culture, structure, and leadership. There is no surprise. Organizations were designed for a different world where you can analyze the situation, plan what you are going to do, cascade the goals through the organization, and deliver it accordingly with minimum change requests, simply for the predictable world. The problem is that...

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Hierarchy problem of canvas drawing chart in wechat applet

From official documents There is a special kind of component in wechat applet, which is a native component created by the client. These components are: camera canvas Input (native component only when focus) live-player live-pusher map textarea video Since native components are separated from the WebView rendering process, there are the following limitations when using them: The hierarchy of native components ishighestSo other...