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Harvard Business School's Frances Frei On Changing Corporate Culture And Uber10:35
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Frances Frei (Courtesy of Uber)
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Frances Frei was hired in June to work toward changing the culture at the corporate offices of Uber, a company with notorious management issues.

Frei was recruited by Uber from Harvard Business School, where she is credited with helping the school become more inclusive of women. She's built a career off of changing organizational behavior and insists no company's culture is beyond repair.

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Asma Khalid, head of WBUR's BostonomiX team. She tweets @asmamk.

This segment aired on January 10, 2018.

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