In large corporate settings I have noticed a few INTJs bring a vision to the table but then as it is implemented, mandate a sort of groupthink around the vision. Instead of surrounding themselves with people who would challenge the vision, the ones I have watched instead surround themselves with those who either cant intellectually challenge the idea or who are afraid to stand up to the INTJ. They surround themselves with "good" people who affirm the tertiary Fi of the INTJ and the morale rightness of the vision being implemented. To find the "good" people they will spend months interviewing. To the INTJ, it almost seems like the the inner circle becomes a family to which he has paternal control and thus should receive paternal affirmation? (And I admit I will always love my INTJ dad, even as I shake my head and dont agree with his ideas-but I wont argue with him, because I love him? He is mostly right most of the time )
Problematically, the implementation of what was a good vision, then goes awry and since it is in a large organization, it goes very badly awry. But since the INTJ removed all of the people who would troubleshoot the flaws,or perhaps feed him the relevant Se data points to course correct? there isnt anyone to help course correct. If someone does stand up, in classic groupthink mentality, the whole group turns against them, and the INTJ assumes it is a individual values problem, not a logistical problem.
Some of the inner circle really do believe in the vision, and some are just "milking the cow while the milking is good".
Not meaning to pick on the INTJs-in general they are wonderful, but after watching this cycle a couple of times it sorta seems to be a repeating pattern-was interested to see if anyone else had observed it or things like it. How does one prevent this? Its odd as normally on an individual level INTJs seem to enjoy being challenged on their ideas.