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Podcast: Blackberry’s in a jam, no Facebook phone and Netflix’s excellent adventure

It’s a special edition of the GigaOM Podcast this week as we welcome our very first non-GigaOM guest! After we talk with Kevin Tofel about RIM Blackberry’s Hail Mary event and Eliza Kern about Facebook’s (s fb) move into mobile, we talk with Prof. Bob Sutton, author of the books Good Boss, Bad Boss and The No Asshole Rule about the enduring appeal of the Netflix (s nflx) culture deck.

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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg
Guests: Kevin Tofel, Eliza Kern and Prof. Bob Sutton

00:00 – Intro and Blackberry’s new phones
11:58 – Eliza Kern rounds up Facebook earnings and its mobile-first moves
22:26 – Bob Sutton on the Netflix culture deck and scaling excellence in companies

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One Response to “Podcast: Blackberry’s in a jam, no Facebook phone and Netflix’s excellent adventure”

  1. Lisa Scott

    The Blackberry Z10 and BB10 are different, certainly, but once you get past the main difference – that you unlock the phone by swiping up, and rather than pressing a real or virtual home button to get to your main screen you swipe up again – you’re left with a familiar set-up. There is a grid of icons – just like iOS, Android and Palm.