CommCore Consulting Group’s CEO, Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in the New York Times and published in the Miami Herald in the article, “Uber’s board is considering a leave of absence for CEO Travis Kalanick”.
In the weeks leading up to the meeting, Uber executives have vowed to reset the company. But skeptics of the company’s resolve to fix what even Kalanick says is broken are focused on one question: How far is Uber willing to go to change itself?
“Can they use this report as an opportunity to turn the corner?” asked Andrew Gilman, chief executive and founder of CommCore, a crisis communications firm. “Or is this just window dressing on the way to more bad behavior?”