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The Rule of 150 suggests that the size of the group is another one of those subtle contextual factors that can make a big difference.

  1. The Rule of 150 suggests that the size of the group is another one of those subtle contextual factors that can make a big difference. Groups under the size of 150 are more effective as they can exploit the bonds of memory and peer pressure. Is there a particular group or organization that you consider successful and if so, what do you think makes them so effective?

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The organization that I consider to be successful is called Triple T investors which is a group of investors in key market... View the full answer

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