IBSEN PI Robin Dunbar is well known among other things for the so called Dunbar’s Number. This number, 150, is a suggested cognitive limit that corresponds with the number of people with whom we can maintain an active and stable social relationship. It also happens to be a natural size for human communities, as exemplified by the size of typical Amish colonies, so: What happens when a company gets as big as 150 employees? If you find this question intriguing, you can read more about it in this article published recently at the World Economic Forum website.