This sensor was worn by employees ata call center in Rhode Island to recordactivity and social interaction. MIT and NYU researchers correlated sensor data with productivity. Sandy Pentland / MIT
The results aren't yet published, but they support research published last December by the same team. This study showed that employees at an IT company who completed tasks within a tight-knit group that communicated face to face were about 30 percent more productive than those who did not communicate in a face-to-face network.
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