Once upon a time, Patty McCord was the chief talent officer at Netflix, helping build the famous corporate culture that shaped the tech giant into the industry leader it is today.

When McCord got to Netflix in 1998 (a year after Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph founded the company), the company was nothing but a blip on the radar and a burgeoning mail-order DVD rental business, not even yet subscription based. By the time she left in 2012, Netflix had become a streaming behemoth that was just about to put Blockbuster out of business.

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