B ig news out of Yahoo this week when company CEO Marissa Mayer ended the company’s existing flexible working arrangements for employees. Staffers were collectively called home to their cubicles when the company announced that corporate productivity and creativity are only at their peak when the hive mind is actively engaged. The days of working from home in any formal capacity were over—at Yahoo, at least. The news was shared generously—not unlike an elementary school virus—through the somewhat limited social media channels I tune into. Parents posted the story to Facebook, sharing their own anecdotes about the shriveling tolerance by employers of untraditional working schedules, allowing them to pick up their children from school or complete projects during non-peak hours. Heck, I even have…