From Knowledge@Wharton: The title of Sleeping with Your Smart­phone: How to Break the 247 Habit and Change the Way You Work is no hyper­bole: A 2010 Pew Research study survey found that 65% of adults keep a hand­held device at or near their heads while sleeping. Are the tools designed to make us more effi­cient and more produc­tive actu­ally making us less so? That ques­tion is the initial point of depar­ture for Harvard Busi­ness School professor Leslie A. Perlow in her new book, the story of a modest exper­i­ment with unex­pect­edly profound conse­quences. · Go to Remaking the work­place, one night off at a time →