High-profile events such as data breaches, natural disasters and terrorist attacks are raising enterprise awareness of business continuity management (BCM). Leaders have a crucial stake in ensuring the continuity and resiliency of business operations in the face of interruptions. Unfortunately, many organizations still have not put into place the people, processes and technologies necessary to demonstrate to their employees, shareholders, business partners and regulators that they can recover operations after a crisis or disaster.
Uber, the poster child for Silicon Valley bro culture that once seemed impervious to all manner of scandals, lawsuits and boycotts, now finds itself leaderless and in disarray: Travis Kalanick has agreed to step down as CEO, leaving the world’s most valuable startup in the hands of a committee of executives and the board of directors.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has resigned in response to demands from key investors for a change in leadership, Recode has confirmed.
It’s about time.