How sensitive do you think employees are to the sometimes controversial statements that might be made by their CEOs? How important are CEO comments to an employee’s own sense of the trustworthiness of the organization?
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Read attachment which include 2 cases and answer the following questions for each.
Case 1 Questions:
1. In general, do you think potential customers are aware of the broader reputational issues faced by the companies who make their products and services? How sensitive are you to such issues?
2. How sensitive do you think employees are to the sometimes controversial statements that might be made by their CEOs? How important are CEO comments to an employee’s own sense of the trustworthiness of the organization?
3. One of the ethical challenges faced by Uber—concerns about the privacy and use of the user data it collects—is shared by many tech firms. Is this the type of issue that will decrease in importance over time, with customers being desensitized to it? Or will it instead grow in importance?
Case 2 Questions:
1. How do you expect UPS drivers to react to ORION when much of their autonomy in decision making is taken away? Should UPS care?
2. Under what circumstances should a company tell employees to use their own intuition and tacit knowledge over and above what a rational computer program is telling them is the most efficient way to do their job?
3. What else could UPS do to convince their drivers of the usefulness of ORION?