Supplemental Group

From The Practical Ontology & Compendium of Social Cohesion

Definition: Placeholder

As used herein, a Supplemental Group is an Organization created by two or more 72-Group-Bs or Cs, the Mission of which requires an economy of scale larger than one 72-Group, yet is not so large as to break the Bonds of Affection among the members and the employees of the Supplemental Group.


Examples of Supplemental Groups might include daycare centers for preschool and elderly dependents of the 72-Group members or the operation of vacation facilities.

There may be no point in having a Supplemental Group beyond the Bonds of Affection. It may be more efficient to use the goods and services of the Ideomatic.

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