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Community Intelligence
Community Intelligence
Enabling the next stage of development in people and organizations
How can change-makers become 10x more impactful?
Enabling the next stage of development in people and organizations
How can change-makers become 10x more impactful?

The metanarrative of Community Intelligence:

The more we experience how life is moving through us, the more we long for that experience. It’s almost of “addictive.” Chi and KI are Chinese and Japanese words for the life energy flowing through us. In different ways, it is present in all living systems, including communities and organizations.


When Chi is blocked, we become sick. Our society and organizations are sick when power hierarchies and other man-made constructs block the flow of ideas, inspirations, trust, and value, which wants to be unfettered. The quest for collective intelligence, consciousness, and wisdom, is a sacred quest for removing the cognitive, organizational, economic, and technological barriers to the free flow of Chi in the social body.


The company offers the following services:

  • Collective Intelligence
  • Evolutionary Mentoring
  • Transformative Leadership Communities
  • Strategy for Transformative Innovation
  • Communities of Practice
  • Well-being and Wholeness


George Por
President at Campus Co-Evolve | Mentor and strategic learning partner

From George’s profile on Community Intelligence:

I’m a mentor and strategic learning partner to visionary leaders in business, government and civil society. I find joy in generative conversations that transforms both parties and leave our lives enriched. I guess that’s the underlying, more personal reason why I founded Community Intelligence, the transformation agency whose site you’re visiting.

I’m also a veteran researcher of “collective intelligence,” “innovation ecosystems,” and “communities of practice,” which are key disciplines for the future of organization design. I’m a faculty member at Meridian University, and my academic posts included the University of Paris, UC Berkeley, INSEAD, and London School of Economics.

But organizational theories interest me only if they can be tested in practice and are improving the lives of people while moving the organization that they work with to its next stage of capabilities. To keep a finger on the pulse of the emergent, next-stage practices, I founded Enlivening Edge, the online magazine that became the go-to place for future-responsive organizational professionals.


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