Pick your favorite author that describes the functions: Hartzler, Haas/Hunziker, Jung, Thompson, Bashtavenko, etc. The function descriptions that you read describe the attributes of a particular person who possesses or uses a function. What they don't do is describe what happens when multiple people who have said function interact with each other or how the results of those functions are manifested in an environment or culture.
So for example, if Fe seeks harmony and also judges or Te seeks results or adherence with external standards, then people who do not fit the particular collective Fe or Te mold become excluded or even "ganged up on".
"The Character of Organizations" by Bridges gets into this a bit in that it describes how organizations behave like individuals. It groups organizations into the 16 types and describes the characteristics of those organizations. The culture of a company might have one overall type but there might be individual departments or subcultures that have different types. So, this gets into it a little bit but the descriptions are broad, focused on a type vs. a function, and it does not get into how things occur dynamically.
So, I'm asking about potential characteristics of a group of individuals that are manifesting Fe, potential outcomes and how that affects others.