If you're not in a young tech company, you're not likely to see anything so intense in your own office. But more employees might find themselves monitored in other ways. The Outside View's product happens to be a system for analyzing things like salespeoples' calendar entries and the tone of voice they use on the phone. Managers can then identify what makes a top salesperson and teach others. Meanwhile, The Container Store has used wearable devices to record how often employees talk to each other and to shoppers, Fast Company reported. And Business Insider has reported on devices that monitor employees' movement, posture, and the time they spend collaborating. That all sounds both more helpful and less fun than tracking your naps and snacks.