Profs. Steven Blader and Claudine Gartenberg's research on data-driven management is featured
— April 14, 2015
Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -- "Managers are giving employees more information about their performance, and some are sharing information about how different workers stack up. But sometimes, a bit of data can be a dangerous thing. That is the finding of a new working paper from researchers at Columbia University and New York University, who studied a friendly competition among truckers at a large North American logistics firm and found that, in certain work environments, revealing performance data can backfire."