Researchers find that negative feedback can sometimes help improve employee creativity, but only certain circumstances. What should organizations do?
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From a manager with eyes in the back of her head to the efficiency expert studying the factory floor, we’ve spend decades trying to get a clear picture of how employees do what they do. Now highly sophisticated wearable monitoring devices are available to scrutinize employee behavior and generate a goldmine of data for analysis. The result? Big brother may be hiding in your shirt collar.