In Search of a Perfect Team at Work
Companies are trying to get more rigorous about the process of building great teamwork. They’re picking employees’ brains to get a deeper understanding of their personalities and motives, and then analyzing team performance to see what type of person works best with whom. In some cases, they’re measuring very subtle personality signals—such as how often different people speak to each other, and even the body language that they use—using wearable tracking devices.
Click here to listen as WSJ reporter Stu Woo describes the trend.
This article originally appeared on satellitetoday.com