Monitoring Employees Makes Them More Likely to Break Rules 

Loved this article by by Chase Thiel, Julena M. Bonner, John Bush, David Welsh, and Niharika Garud in Harvard Business Review.

Take away – monitored employees are substantially more likely to break rules:

So how does that work with knowledge workers having to account for their time every 6 minutes?

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