On internal idea markets

William C. Taylor, founding editor of Fast Company, writes in The New York Times that a top company called Rite-Solutions focuses "on an internal market where any employee can propose that the company acquire a new technology, enter a new business or make an efficiency improvement. These proposals become stocks, complete with ticker symbols, discussion lists and e-mail alerts. Employees buy or sell the stocks, and prices change to reflect the sentiments of the company’s engineers, computer scientists and project managers – as well as its marketers, accountants, and even the receptionist." Read more at The New York Times.

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