Competitive Success Depends on Enablement‘ doesn’t specifically mention Collaborative Intelligence but the concept of spreading ‘enablement’ throughout the team structure certainly could also be a description of how CQ is developed within business.

(from the article) ‘Among the conclusions the study reaches are:

  • The more a company empowers its employees to make decisions, the more likely it is to perform better financially and competitively.
  • True enablers use technology to improve collaboration, encourage risk-taking, and optimize decision-making.
  • Companies categorizing themselves as “true enablers” are three times more likely to be more profitable than their competitors.
  • Compared with other types of firms, companies described as “true enablers” have a higher proportion that are more profitable than their competitors.’ Read on….

Thanks to Ty Franks for this reference.