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Old 03-29-2020, 03:05 AM   #138 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Xist
The numbers vary, but the point is that each time that you increase the size, you need someone even better paid.
The number is seven.
Originally Posted by DDG
What is the optimal group size for decision-making ...
Optimal group size study: Hackman and Vidmar. Research by Hackman and Vidmar (1970) on optimum group size for member satisfaction showed a similar outcome. They composed groups that ranged in size from 2-7 members to assess the impact of size on group process and performance for various kinds of tasks.

Rule of 7: The Ideal Work Group Size - CBS News
Rule of 7: The Ideal Work Group Size. By Sean Silverthorne ... Once you've got 7 people in a group, each additional member reduces decision effectiveness by 10%, say the authors, Marcia W. Blenko ...
As for fixing health care I have no idea.
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