"A good UX is discoverable, gives feedback, is forgiving and is intuitive"
reading mostly non-fictional books to learn new stuff. But occasionally I'm reading Sci-Fi and History.
In my experience the book doesn’t over big revelations. You could summarize the content as: Hire smart people and let them do their job. The rest ist justifying this thesis with anecdotal evidence and some cross references to other books and other companies in the area.
Nevertheless I liked reading the book and also hearing many stories about a company like Netflix is dealing with certain things.
I would have loved if the authors elaborated more how they identify the top talents they are referring to so often. How they judge, whether their talents fail to delivery because they are not as awesome as hoped they are, or whether they are just a victim of bad circumstances?