OPIM3000_7 - Fall 2009 Instructors Jintae Lee and Jingjing Li Common Behavior Patterns Useful for Recognizing common problems Preparing for

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Fall 2009 Instructors: Jintae Lee and Jingjing Li
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Common Behavior Patterns  Useful for  Recognizing common problems  Preparing for potential problems   Identifying common solutions
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 Shifting the Burden  Shifting the Burden to the Intervener  Limits to Growth  Tragedy of the Commons  Success to the Successful   Eroding Goals  Escalation  Fixes that Fail  Growth and Underinvestment  Accidental Adversaries  Attractiveness Principle  ….
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Business Patterns, e.g.  User-to-e-business patterns. IBM (2000) Workflow Patterns, http://www.workflowpatterns.com/  Architectural Patterns   C. Alexander (1977), Pattern Languages Analysis Patterns  Fowler, M. (2000)  Software Patterns (for design and reuse)  E. Gamma et al.  
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“A reinforcing process of  accelerating growth (or  expansion) will encounter  a balancing process as the 
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OPIM3000_7 - Fall 2009 Instructors Jintae Lee and Jingjing Li Common Behavior Patterns Useful for Recognizing common problems Preparing for

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