Citywide ridesharing bans: Not so random after all?

It might seem counterintuitive that some cities would ban ridesharing when, from an outside perspective, it seems to widely benefit the general public and the cities themselves. Research from within the last decade has even shown that policymakers and ridesharing firms hold similar goals. Why, then, do some cities crack down so hard on ridesharing services like Lyft and Uber, while others don’t?

Inverted apprenticeships: How senior experts flip their collaborations with novices to adapt to disruptive technology

The skills gap between junior and senior occupational members has become more pronounced with the introduction of new technology. Senior experts, who are used to previous tools, struggle to keep up with the technological expertise they need to succeed, while their newer counterparts often race ahead to new frontiers.

Remote and hybrid workers aren’t communicating across departments—at least using their current tools.

The pandemic has shown the world the benefits of working from home, including more flexible schedules and additional time with family. From this perspective, lack of communication when working from home might seem like a necessary side effect of these benefits. However, a recent study from Paul Leonardi (Department of Technology Management at UCSB) and Samantha Keppler (University of Michigan Stephen M.