Secondly, transformation and visionary leadership came together. Transformational leadership theory is all about creating change and sustaining change. The transformational leader is one that would be able to take initiative and inspire others. When an existing situation has issues, transformational leaders would be able to initiative change for meeting the end goals and inspire others to change in order to meet goals. Where transactional leaders are focused on everyday details or transactions or work processes, the transformational leader sees the bigger picture. While this leadership will work theoretically, in our case, some aspects of the transformational leadership led us to issues. Transformational leadership is more suited for fast changing situations where most of the people know the situation and the leader can make changes according to their understanding of the people, and not worry about details. In our team work, we made such changed by focusing on the end vision, and yet we ended up making more changes than was necessary. In fact, it led to some amount of time wastage as well that could have been avoided if we had stuck to only transactional leadership. It is my belief that transformational leadership or transactional leadership works well with theory, and in real life context, it would be necessary to match leadership style to situation. The situation is important, and the leader has to develop a leadership style according to situational demands. This was an important lesson I learnt in my team work.