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Is It Ever OK to Break Into Your Colleague’s Computer?

Harvard Business Review

Steve, a portfolio manager for a major mutual fund company, understood that his company monitored internet use of all employees. I had been preparing a client presentation with several of my colleagues at our asset management firm. Fingering the transgressor may be the most satisfying aspect to digital sleuthing, but managers must understand the negative impact of monitoring our co-workers. As Devasheesh Bhave described in his study of EPM, the feedback offered is essential.