The resilience of a project organism is aided by the people inhabiting it being aware of their surroundings and potential disturbances. This chapter continues on the road to resilience by introducing and evaluating the archetypes of project resilience. One archetype is based on rules and procedures, stripping the organism of situated thinking, and relying wholly on predetermined responses to risk. In collaboration with the British Expeditionary Force and General Blanchard’s First Army, the Allied forces were supposed to move to the River Dyle to absorb the weight of the German attack. General Corap’s Ninth Army was to occupy the area along the Meuse just north of Sedan. The German forces showed greater adaptability, facilitated by tactical sensitivity and logistical independence.