Highest resilience is not very scalable. The extreme example is an absolute majority voting mechanism: every member must vote on every decision, and at least 51% in favor would be a passing outcome. Requiring too much attention from a large number of DAO members makes the system unscalable which is why organizations typically become less effective at decision making as they grow. Having everyone vote on every decision is slow and doesn't always follow a logical path or vision. As a DAO grows in size (number of agents), and scope (which comes with more fund allocation decisions), the DAO decision-making system must scale to allow for a higher number of effective decisions in a given period of time.