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The Most Important Doc to Come Out of The Silicon Valley

Hands up if you're waiting for the new season of *House of Cards*. Or maybe you're a fun of *Orange Is The New Black*? Netflix provides over 40 million users with more than one billion hours of TV shows and movies per month! Yep, that's a lot of Internet TV! But have you ever wondered what's going on behind the scenes and what behaviors they value to stay successful? Today's evergreen is sponsored by letter C for (Cool) Corporate Culture.

Hands up if you're waiting for the new season of House of Cards. Or maybe you're a fun of Orange Is The New Black? Netflix provides over 40 million users with more than one billion hours of TV shows and movies per month! Yep, that's a lot of Internet TV! But have you ever wondered what's going on behind the scenes and what behaviors they value to stay successful? Today's evergreen is sponsored by letter C for (Cool) Corporate Culture. 126 slides seems quite a lot for a presentation describing company's culture. But believe us - Netflix demonstrates in it's unique way that nice sounding value statements that mean nothing are not their cup of tea!

It's enough to mention that Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook COO) praised the deck saying:

“It may well be the most important document ever to come out of the Valley.” (more at GQ art).

The culture doc is still evolving and is used by the company to this day. The current version is embedded below:

And a cherry on the top. Legendary Patty McCord's (former Netflix's Chief Talent Officer)12-minute long speech on how her innovative approach to HR helped Netflix reach their current streaming dominance. We're trilled to watch it!

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