people’s well-being. The goal of Holacracy is to keep top talent and to develop employees into more productive members of the organization. Holacracy is best suited for companies that make digital content with a small employee base. Companies with many employees especially employees located in various parts of the world, would not benefit from adapting Holacracy. The logistics of the implementation of Holacracy on large scale operations would be too costly. Employees at these organizations would not have the same access to the needed training and would not adapt to the implementation of Holacracy.
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