I love how this Cars.com commercial digs at a gigantic flaw in most traditional companies.
In the video, the person that disagrees gets kicked right out. Granted, the protagonist of the commercial could have voiced his opinion differently, but the point is the same and if his opinion wasn't heard because of a culture of yes-men, then that organization has a problem.
Cars.com calls this "drama," but what they appear to mean by that is equivocating, politicking, and bottling up opinions to look good in front of the boss. Cars.com knows we all hate those behaviors, which is perhaps why the ad is so effective.