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Why Trying To Measure Performance At Work Backfires

Richard Bradbury | Audrey Raj | Arvindh Yuvaraj

08-May-18 13:00

Why Trying To Measure Performance At Work Backfires

On today’s edition of Enterprise Biz Bytes, Richard Bradbury, Audrey Raj and Arvindh Yuvaraj talked about:

 

1:33:38 - It’s Shaping Up To Be A WhatsApp Election

9:41:59 - Nestle Pays US$7.2bil To Sell Coffee With Starbucks Brand

16:17:43 - Why Trying To Measure Performance At Work Backfires

27:10:66 - Your Hotel Room’s Electronic Door Lock Can Be Hacked

31:59:80 - Makers Of Smart Luggages Go Out Of Business After Airlines Ban Bags With Built-In Batteries


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