Creating new ideas from within an organization a.k.a. intrapreneurship is gaining momentum as a number of companies are slipping away from the traditional management models in favour of a more employee driven environment. Having employees manage themselves is resulting in more productivity and less animosity as some research is showing. An article written by Andrew Chakhoyan for the World Economic Forum makes a strong case for the argument that companies who rely on their employees using logic and common sense in their day to day responsibilities as opposed to adhering to the standards of traditional management policies, are showing increased desirability among talent coming on board and the firms who are hiring them. Click here for the story.