Flat management organizations are empowering workers to manage their work with greater autonomy and choose how their time may best be spent.

A shift in expectations has taken place in the workplace, and employees are increasingly eager to see the impact of their work. In fact, 95% of Millennials say they are ‘motivated to work harder when I know where my work is going.' Therefore, it is important for employers to find new ways to capture and build upon this motivation.

Companies are luring top talent by offering their workers greater autonomy over their work assignment choices and how their time is spent. The traditional chain of command work dynamic is also being pushed aside in favor of a mentor/mentee-style relationship that positions superiors as resources that enable learning and experimentation. New communication tools and collaboration networks are allowing workers to find the resources necessary to solve business problems and drive change with less help from their superiors.

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