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➭ [Ebook] ➨ Powerful By Patty McCord ➹ – Weplayit.co When it comes to recruiting motivating and creating great teams Patty McCord says most companies have it all wrong McCord helped create the uniue and high performing culture at Netflix where she was cWhen it comes to recruiting motivating and creating great teams Patty McCord says most companies have it all wrong McCord helped create the uniue and high performing culture at Netflix where she was chief talent officer In her new book Powerful Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility she shares what she learned there and el.

Sewhere in Silicon ValleyMcCord advocates practicing radical honesty in the workplace saying good bye to employees who don’t fit the company’s emerging needs and motivating with challenging work not promises perks and bonus plans McCord argues that the old standbys of corporate HR―annual performance reviews retention plans emp.

powerful ebok Powerful EpubSewhere in Silicon ValleyMcCord advocates practicing radical honesty in the workplace saying good bye to employees who don’t fit the company’s emerging needs and motivating with challenging work not promises perks and bonus plans McCord argues that the old standbys of corporate HR―annual performance reviews retention plans emp.

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ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à Patty McCord brings the Silicon Valley concepts of fresh ideas and innovation and applies them to rethinking the way we work She challenges norms and invites us to reconsider the idea of “best practices”From her many years working with companies that range from very large global tech companies to small very small innovative start ups Patty saw first hand how companies can become slow and compla

10 thoughts on “Powerful

  1. Gary Moreau Gary Moreau says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubThis is one of a gazillion books about creating the team you need to be the next Netflix Is it worth it? That dependsIf you’re looking for a passionate pleasantly irreverent contrarian perspective on building a high performance team then the answer is probably yes and you should consider this book a 5 If on the other hand you’re looking for definitive answers on how to measure performance and talent this book is another 1 or 2 If you agree with McCord that the annual performance review is a colossal waste of time and money and I could not agree great And if you agree that no company has an obligation to guarantee career development to its employees you


  2. Ian Ian says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubThere is a good book hiding in here somewhere underneath all the bathwater sipping survivorship bias and self promotion Something about transparency decisiveness information availability and individual decision making But the average employee at the average startup should be pessimistic if they see their founder reading this


  3. Bella Bella says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubExcuse my language but I tabbed the — out of this book I’m still trying to write down my notes and digest everything I can’t wait to share it with my colleagues so we can talk about our thoughts and draw up some ideas It’s a refreshing read that cuts to the chase And OMG thank you to the author for not making it a process or something that sounds like a “listacle” in which the reader has to go through a linear step by step “here’s how to implement” kind of thing The approach is holistic McCord knows what she’s talking about but isn’t arrogant about it Definitely read Powerful if you need some really refreshing good ideas on how to improveenhance your organization


  4. Kair Käsper Kair Käsper says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubThis book has some good nuggets It also has some pretty dubious advice that works under specific conditions occasionally presented in a God like fashion Skip the book and go through this instead The book is basically a poor unnecessarily long elaboration of only some of the key points in the original Culture deckWhat I liked Everyone should understand the business Previously my thinking has been that everyone should understand the customer but they indeed should also understand the business itself Making away with as many rules and policies as possible Radical candor and open communication Bonuses should be counted into regular compensation Getting rid of annual reviewsWhat I didn’t like The whole sports team not family thing “It is not the job of the bus


  5. Jane Erickson Jane Erickson says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubI've been fascinated with the high performance culture of Netflix for some time so was excited to see all its elements condensed into a crisp essentialized book like this The book was written by Netflix's former Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord and reads with a frank no fluff tone that unapologetically challenges conventional views about management and cultureMy conclusion after reading the book is that the Netflix culture worksfor Netflix For a company in a certain stage of development in a particular industry whose brand has a certain cache and where expertise reuired for any given position is just as likely to come from without as within Why do I think it's limited?


  6. Quintin Zimmermann Quintin Zimmermann says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubThe nature of business in the modern technological age is evolving away from behemoth sized workforces to smaller highly skilled teams working deftly in unison within dynamic operational systemsAs the workplace evolves so should human resources building a high performance culture that can anticipate and keep pace with rapid change within the business itself and from competitorsI thoroughly enjoyed Patty McCord's account of her exploits at Netflix which evolved from a DVD by mail business to original content streaming At Netflix there had to be re evaluation of traditional policy and procedures the jettisoning of time consuming performance


  7. Glenn Elliott Glenn Elliott says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubThe foundation of a great business book is a great story and boy does Patty McCord have a great story She joined Netflix right at the start carpooled into work with the CEO each day and spent 14 years pioneering a radically performance focused HR approach What makes her journey especially exciting and valuable is that her experience at


  8. John John says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubVery much a here's what we did without examining the root cause or true reason for doing so Unfortunately it comes across as if Patty McCord is desperately trying to claim a lot of this culture building as her own despite the culture clearly flowing from the founders Ultimately an empty book that falls for the notion of culture being a bunch of things that are done rather than an out flowing of the true heart within the organisation A frustrating read that barely scratches the surface


  9. Tõnu Vahtra Tõnu Vahtra says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubMy prior knowledge of Netflix was limited to Chaos Monkey and big data success stories and I had not read about the culture behind it The book and the slide deck which predates the book definitely makes a number of bold statements I like the approach of tackling the rise in complexity with high performance people and creating the conditions for recruiting and motivating such people“Great teams are not created with incentives procedures and perks They are created by hiring talented people who are adults and want nothing than to tackle a challenge and then communicating to them clearly and continuously about what the challenge is” “a business leader’s job is to create great teams that do amazing


  10. Seth Davis Seth Davis says:

    ePUB Powerful Epub ê à weplayit.co à powerful ebok, Powerful EpubGoing with a 4 here This book is strong on explaining the experiences and cultural case study that is Netflix There are real caveats around the application of these models in pieces or in whole to other companies I appreciated learning about this from Patty's perspective I found her style to be thoughtful around evaluating each aspect of HR and culture


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