Every time we see fire-fast-&-early work cultures (like Netflix appears to have) it seems the person at the top rarely gets honestly evaluated & fired - they're the largest potential roadblock but somehow largely exempt.
And when fear of being a poor performer is prioritized in a culture, then doesn't risk of retention replace risk taken on behalf of users?
So– maybe Disney *is* smart to compete with Netflix right now. Honest user metrics at NF prolly less impt than looking good to your boss
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