In this episode, Matt Kelly and I take a deep dive into the corporate governance fiasco which is Uber. We consider the revelations in the failures of corporate governance, culture and internal controls at the organization. The company provides a fascinating study of what happens when a tech start up raised in the fraternity culture is successful and how changes are required for it to act like a multi-billion organization. Both Matt and I have written on Uber. Our podcast comes out the same day the Holder Report to the Uber Board was released so we weave in the recommendations from Covington & Burling as well.

For more on Uber see the following

Matt Kelly’s piece Car Crash Governance at Uber

Tom Fox’s pieces on Uber

Will Culture Change at Uber Before its Too Late

CEOs and Win at All Costs-Where Does it Lead

Uber and Corporate Culture 

For a copy of the Holder Report on corporate governance, cultural and internal controls failures at Uber and recommendations, click here.

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