Saturday, October 26, 2013

Transitional Patterns

Transitional patterns are those that are usually just execute once to change the condition. In team formation, it plays an important part.

Following are 2 transitional patterns:
1. "Sakura" pattern: Most people don't want to be the first one. They're looking over their shoulders to see if there is somebody else doing it. "Sakura" pattern is to appoint somebody to act to be the first one to do something so others will follow.

2. Vague decoy pattern: When there are 2 teams which should be combined to form one team but they don't want to communicate with each other too much, information that one of the team needs is made vague on purpose so they are required to communicate to get the information.



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