Episode 6: The Troubled Culture at Uber

In this episode, host Chris Thornton interviews New York Times technology reporter Mike Isaac, whose Uber coverage won the Gerald Loeb Award for distinguished business reporting. They discuss the troubled internal culture at Uber and the values that helped to perpetuate it. As we encourage organizations to double down on culture, this is a lesson on what not to do as we enter into the future of work. For more information on Mike’s book, Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, click here.

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Chris Thornton is a Senior Principal and member of the global leadership team at Daggerwing Group. In his role, Chris serves as a source of strategic counsel for Senior Executives with client firms, advising them on how to help clients achieve Executive alignment, transform their cultures and equip and enable people managers to lead and embed change. An expert in the people side of change with both client-side and consulting experience, Chris has worked with leading companies including Nestlé, Pfizer, and GE Aviation to do change right and make it stick. He is also an active speaker on business transformation, a driver of innovation in Daggerwing’s breadth of change consulting services, and the host of Daggerwing Group’s podcast, [email protected] Chris and his wife were featured in the New York Times for their love of pie.
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