Web Results

qz.com/952445/uber-has-crossed-the-line-from-motivating-employees-to-actively-manipulating-them

Apr 7, 2017 ... A recent article in the New York Times explains that the ride-sharing service Uber ... on the drivers' app to encourage them to change their behavior. ... But evidently Uber can experiment on its drivers with no repercussions.

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/04/02/technology/uber-drivers-psychological-tricks.html

Apr 2, 2017 ... Change the number of drivers in this ride-share simulation. ... In early 2016, a group of roughly 100 Uber employees responsible for signing up drivers .... Over the past 20 years, behavioral economists have found evidence for a ... experience through an app, there are few limits to the elements it can gamify.

www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20150524/TRANSPORTATION/150529933/yet-another-ride-service-only-this-one-is-different

May 24, 2015 ... Uber may be changing the way New Yorkers hail a cab, but the one app-based ride-share service that actually involves sharing a ride is gaining momentum. ... of testing out theories of human behavior modeled by its scientist founders. ... Via takes about 7% on cars that can carry up to four passengers and ...

www.fastcompany.com/3062622/how-ubers-app-manages-drivers-without-technically-managing-drivers

Aug 9, 2016 ... World Changing Ideas ... [Photo: Flickr user Max Klingensmith; App Photo: Columbia Pictures ... “gig economy” companies nudge workers toward specific behaviors. ... Before an Uber driver accepts a job, he or she can see the pick-up ... but it means drivers sometimes accept rides that aren't profitable.

www.marsdd.com/news-and-insights/ride-sharing-the-rise-of-innovative-transportation-services

Apr 12, 2016 ... Some people think that ride-sharing will help to determine that answer. .... from the exploration of other services that can evolve from the app. ..... It is evident that customers are changing their behaviours to adapt to this new technology. ..... with big organizations and onboard them for employee carpooling.

rideamigos.com/blog/7-least-effective-ways-change-commuter-behavior

May 23, 2016 ... 7 Ways NOT to Change Commuter Behavior ... When this is done at an organizational level, the beneficial impact can be immense. ... Is your business trying to encourage employees to rethink how they commute? ... bike storage, free transit tokens and trip-finding or carpooling apps show you're serious.

www.wired.com/2016/03/uber-lyft-can-much-keep-drivers-safe

Mar 10, 2016 ... But while the risk to passengers of using ridesharing services has been widely ... contractors instead of employees, the companies can't offer true safety training. ... When app-based ridesharing started, companies pitched ... in vehicles, which are much harder to remove or switch off than GPS in a phone.

www.forbes.com/sites/sap/2013/10/30/why-global-warming-is-getting-worse-and-what-we-can-do-about-it

Oct 30, 2013 ... Why Global Warming Is Getting Worse And What We Can Do About It. SAPVoice ... SAP Can A Ride-Sharing App Change Employee Behavior?

thinkprogress.org/whats-next-for-an-uber-without-kalanick-3efc9db153b7

Jun 23, 2017 ... But the world's largest ride-sharing company has truly begun to crumble in 2017, the ... But what does it mean for a company to change its culture? ... what behavior is rewarded and approved of, and what gets employees high status. .... to stay, and consumers can feel better about hailing a ride with the app.