Some rivals are surprised when faced with a high-performance team, and those surprises are handled differently: some become baffled and discouraged; others continue to compete and adapt quickly to an unexpected goal, which is the true display of flexibility.
In most projects each stage develops the normal way in which it was planned, of course. But in some projects we experience unforeseen issues, such as power outages, personal problems that stop a translator from working or interruption of Internet services.
Coordinators react to the unexpected with this ease, because their planning, a basic requirement of any project, includes the element of surprise. They estimate beforehand a reasonable time line for the project to flow smoothly, even if encountered with a problem.