Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s apparent surprise about the toxic culture at the ride-sharing company, amid allegations of sexual harassment and troubling reports that HR did not sufficiently intervene, sends up a glaring red flag about his leadership and potentially imperils his future at the company.
Read Harry’s full article here on Fortune.com.
It is always CEO who must instill the company values and lead by example. It is clear that based on the recent press and the less than flattering video Uber leadership seems to demonstrate there is a gap between their policy and actual practice. This culture appears to value performance over accountability to policy.
This never works.