Difference between revisions of "Performance Measurement via Technology"

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Increasing performance measurement via technology
 
 
 
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1. Better Visualization Technology
 
1. Better Visualization Technology
 
Over the past decade, the art of visualizing large datasets has developed in to nearly a science. This will enable organizations to track worker performance at a glance. New techniques are available for viewing statistical trends, and detecting outliers [2].  
 
Over the past decade, the art of visualizing large datasets has developed in to nearly a science. This will enable organizations to track worker performance at a glance. New techniques are available for viewing statistical trends, and detecting outliers [2].  
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1. Privacy concerns
 
1. Privacy concerns
 
Performance measurement is frequently a sensitive and contentious subject, but with the highly granular view that technology based performance measurement provides will likely raise concerns about potential abuse of the data and overall worker privacy.  
 
Performance measurement is frequently a sensitive and contentious subject, but with the highly granular view that technology based performance measurement provides will likely raise concerns about potential abuse of the data and overall worker privacy.  
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1. MIT Center for Digital Business. http://ebusiness.mit.edu/
 
1. MIT Center for Digital Business. http://ebusiness.mit.edu/
 
2. Association for Computing Machinery. http://www.acm.org/
 
2. Association for Computing Machinery. http://www.acm.org/
  
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1. A Tour through the Visualization Zoo. Association for Computing Machinery. 13 May 2010. http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=1805128 <br>
 
1. A Tour through the Visualization Zoo. Association for Computing Machinery. 13 May 2010. http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=1805128 <br>
 
2. Understanding Productivity in the Information Age. MIT Sloan News Room http://mitsloan.mit.edu/newsroom/2007-brynjolfsson.php
 
2. Understanding Productivity in the Information Age. MIT Sloan News Room http://mitsloan.mit.edu/newsroom/2007-brynjolfsson.php

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