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Jul 16, 2022
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Gao Zhimin (author of "The Fraud Demonstration Lesson of Auditors of Fortune 500 Companies") When I first saw the excerpts from the book "Rule Zero" describing Netflix's special culture , many black question marks popped up in my mind-is it the founder and CEO of this streaming video giant, which is listed on NASDAQ and ranks in the S&P 500 Do you really think you don't need any internal controls to run a business? Could it be that it overthrows Blockbuster, the leader in the rental film industry, all relying on "there are no rules, there are only rules"? If the complicated error-proofing control process can be eliminated instead, it can achieve dominance and meet the listing requirements in the photo background removing United States. Wouldn’t the professional organization that advocates “internal control” be shut down and the Sabine Act simply abolished? Fortunately, after reading the entire book carefully and simply checking it, the answers to the above questions are all "No". Netflix did remove the old red tape for parts of the process that are low-value and low-risk of error. For example, Netflix's travel and expenses guidelines are just a few words in contrast to other companies' sprawling pages of regulations -- with Netflix's best interests in mind. Taking expense procurement as an example, employees do not have to fill out application forms and wait for the approval of supervisors before purchasing. As long as you think it's something you need for business and in Netflix's interests, you can buy it directly, and then get a receipt to ask for money. This level of freedom and trust is truly appalling! If a business operator wants to introduce a high degree of freedom and trust into his company, he will be ruthlessly abused, and he will have to restore the original complex procedures and norms. The two most important prerequisites for Netflix to be able to break free from constraints to remain flexible and at the same time fall off the cliff are a high density of talents and a culture of honesty and outspokenness.
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Jul 16, 2022
In Our Still
The U.S. election has largely fallen to the dust. Donald Trump's "unilateralism", "America First" and other isolationist diplomatic axes will be replaced by Joe Biden's "multilateralism", "climate change" and other international factions Replaced by the Diplomatic Spindle. Although the two parties have long held the same position on the "China Threat Theory" issue, there will be huge differences in the implementation and priority. Therefore, the geopolitical competition and cooperation between Russia and the United States will undergo a great adjustment. Although Vladimir Putin has not officially congratulated Biden on his election, for Russia, Biden's administration will undoubtedly bring photo background removing another new challenge to Russia. Especially in the case of supporting Ukraine, the United States and the European Union to once again move towards the Atlantic to unite against Russia, Russia needs to seek opportunities for cooperation with the United States on different platforms in the future. Biden is taking the issue of climate change far more seriously than Trump is dismissing environmental issues. This will increase the competition and cooperation between the United States and Russia on Arctic issues. Russia's "inland sea theory" on the Arctic Sea and the United States' "freedom of navigation" will also become hot spots of military conflict. Based on the issue of environmental changes, the United States also needs China's cooperation, which will reduce the popularity of Biden's operation of the China threat theory, and relatively bring Russia's threats in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East back to the geopolitical focus. At the same time, NATO and Russia have The sense of threat to each other increased again and surfaced. This article analyzes the future trend of Russia and the United States on the following three points. Climate Change and the Arctic Sea Issue Climate change is the most important topic of foreign policy in Biden's campaign policy manifesto, and Biden has made it clear that after he is elected, the United States will rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement as soon as possible, which is very different from Biden's international issues. in the Trump administration.
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