If you want to create a synergistic effect, there are at least two ways. You can form an organization and then by polarizing (energizing) it you assume it will automagically start creating synergy. This is because you know that bringing in polarisation will trigger the competitive process between ‘nodes’, which must be separated to allow for the competition. And triggered by this competition, you assume synergy will automatically emerge. You might be right.
On the other hand you could decide not to form a polarized organization but organize the neutral, non polarised energy you are willing to bring in, in such a way that it can flow freely between the ‘nodes’. Competition is not relevant in this variant because the freely flowing energy itself is already a stimulus for creativity. From this creativity you assume that synergy will emerge later. You might be right again. Especially if you look at organizing from an attention point of view instead of a competition point of view and honor the quotes of Heinz Pagels: “The visible world is the invisible organization of Energy” and Neil deGrasse Tyson: “We are all connected to each other biologically, to the earth chemically and to the rest of the universe atomically.” Good luck finding your energizing algorithm!