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Netflix CEO: why you shouldn't try to please your boss | The Economist Podcast

With 193m subscribers worldwide, Netflix has revolutionised the TV and film industry. Reed Hastings, the firm’s CEO, tells The Economist Asks podcast that its success is built on the radical management style he has created within the company.

00:00 How Netflix is managed
01:23 Why employees shouldn’t try to please their boss
03:09 Netflix's reputation for firing people
03:25 Unlimited holiday at Netflix
04:05 His management learning curve

Further reading:

Listen to the full interview with Reed Hastings on “The Economist Asks” podcast: https://econ.st/33j6ReK

Find all of The Economist’s podcasts: https://econ.st/3m8YJpG

See the data on how covid-19 boosted streaming services: https://econ.st/3k2euwM

Read about Disney+ and the streaming wars: https://econ.st/35lN4xF

How covid-19 disrupted film and television production: https://econ.st/3m9V36Y

Read our article on Britbox, the BBC’s Netflix rival: https://econ.st/2Zp7Dpa

China’s box office is set to become the world’s biggest—what does this mean for Hollywood? https://econ.st/3m4Iv0K

Why Google has outgrown its corporate culture: https://econ.st/35rD5XJ
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