#80: Stig Nyman - How Tracking Your Work Helps EverybodyJun 29, 2021
How do you feel about tracking your time?
Some of you might welcome it and some might feel it’s an infringement on their freedom and privacy.
Well, Stig Nyman will bring some clarity on the topic in this week's episode, Stig is a Ph.D. student at the department for Digitalisation at Copenhagen Business School, he has dedicated his time to study the implications of being managed by an algorithm. His research sheds light on the effects and ethical concerns of utilizing algorithms to manage work.
In this episode we discuss:
👉 The necessity of tracking work
👉 The macro view of tracking
👉 How tracking can empower you
👉 The intentions behind tracking
👉 The dark side to tracking
👉 The future of the tracking industry
👉 And much more...
Whether you use tracking in your company or are having your work tracked, This is one episode you wouldn’t want to miss, Dig in.
0:45 How Stig got inspired to research tracking
4:50 Necessity of tracking time
11:06 Structure vs culture and how they influence each other
12:41 The macro view of tracking
15:37 Analytics for the quantified employee
20:09 Where is the line between tracking and privacy
25:26 Using tracking to empower the individual
28:25 The intentions behind these tracking tools
34:50 The dark side of tracking
51:00 The future of tracking
53:50 Stigs recommendations of tracking tools
56:10 Stigs advice for using tracking more meaningfully
Connect with Stig Nyman
Copenhagen Business School: https://www.cbs.dk/
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