Does your behavior change when you are being rated?

 In gig economy

The Gig economy has started to shape our behaviour in how to treat our ”suppliers” in everyday life, now that we can be ranked for each and every interaction.

If you stay in an AirBnB you are more likely to leave the property in the way you found it, for fear of a low ranking on your profile that others will see.

In contrast, though, we are more likely to leave a hotel room in a mess because no-one will rate our stay. Do personal rankings change the way you behave with people who provide you goods or services?

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Based in London, Practical Futurist and former Global Managing Partner at IBM, Andrew Grill is a popular and sought-after presenter and commentator on issues around digital disruption, workplace of the future and new technologies such as blockchain. Andrew is a multiple TEDx and International Keynote Speaker.