As more relationships develop between systems more data is shared between the systems and systems develop more functional and structural commonalities. This provides more data to each system and more data at each structural point, which allows for more points of comparison and more control measurements. Since system roles evolve at different rates, a system that increases in dynamism without complimentary controllability will develop cross-system contradictions that must be solved for the system to advance. Further, since more team systems are being created with more of the same common roles, the systems are being saturated with common data and taking on more common control mechanisms over time.
Information saturations means more data is available at each system control point, suggesting that less control interaction is needed, in aggregate, over time. Look for opportunities to substitute mechanical controls over human controls. Also, as more control points are developed cross-system, look for adaptive controllability opportunities and cross-system role relationship points.