Uber’s Organizational Culture

About Uber

Ten years ago, Uber was born out of a watershed moment in technology. The rise of smartphones, the advent of app stores, and the desire for on-demand work supercharged Uber’s growth and created an entirely new standard of consumer convenience. What began as “Tap a button, get a ride” has become something much more profound: ridesharing and carpooling; meal delivery and freight; electric bikes and scooters; and self-driving cars and urban aviation. (A letter from the CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, 2019, Uber.)

Uber Technologies Inc. is a worldwide transportation innovation organisation that works in excess of 760 urban communities in excess of 70 countries. The ride-hailing monster booked USD 20 billion in rides and created a net income of USD 6.5 billion (barring China) in 2016, yet it likewise lost USD 2.8 billion during the exact year. The biggest taxi organisation on the planet has no vehicles of its…

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