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Hatim Rahman

Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations

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Podcast: AI Is a Tool. How Do We Want to Use It?

Generative AI is like “a hammer looking for a nail.” On this episode of The Insightful Leader: we have to decide what the nail should be.

Researchers: Hatim Rahman

April 3, 2024

Leadership

How Will AI Reshape Our World? It’s Really Up to Us.

We need to be proactive to ensure AI supports—rather than supplants—human priorities.

Researchers: Hatim Rahman

January 17, 2024

Organizations

Podcast: Platforms Are Experimenting on Their Users … a Lot. Is That Okay?

On this episode of The Insightful Leader: Opaque algorithms on platforms like LinkedIn, Uber, and TaskRabbit have more power than ever. It’s starting to impact livelihoods.

Researchers: Hatim Rahman

August 14, 2023

Organizations

Today’s Gig Workers Are Subject to Endless Experimentation

“It raises the question, do we want to be a society where experimentation is just the norm?”

Researchers: Hatim Rahman, Tim Weiss and Arvind Karunakaran

May 1, 2023

Organizations

Podcast: Is There a Right Way to Monitor Worker Productivity?

On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we consider the benefits and drawbacks of keeping a very close eye on employees.

Researchers: Thomas N. Hubbard, Sarit Markovich and Hatim Rahman

April 3, 2023

Leadership

How Gig Workers Push Back Against Their “Digital Boss”

Instead of having managers, these workers are beholden to customer reviews. The relationship is rocky.

Researchers: Hatim Rahman and Lindsey Cameron

March 1, 2022

Data Analytics

Gig Workers Are Increasingly Rated by Opaque Algorithms. It’s Making Them Paranoid.

These systems can create an “invisible cage” for freelancers.

Researchers: Hatim Rahman

August 2, 2021

Data Analytics

Why Are Social Media Platforms Still So Bad at Combating Misinformation?

Facebook, Twitter, and users themselves have few incentives to distinguish fact from fiction.

Researchers: Hatim Rahman

August 3, 2020

Organizations