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In case it helps, the approach I use for tasks like this is to create a hierarchy of contexts. As an example, I have an overarching context for each functional group inside the company, with the various folks from that department having individual contexts inside that one.

Tasks for a specific person get assigned to their context; tasks that can be completed by any member of the group get assigned to the parent context.

Attached screenshot of my database shows the approach in action. Most of the groups are collapsed - there are just about 50 folks in the company now, which would make for a crazy-tall screenshot if I showed them all. :-)
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