Elon Musk is known for making clear messages to his employees.
A leaked e-mail shows once again what the Tesla boss attaches importance to.
Elon Musk, head of the electric car manufacturer Tesla and the space company SpaceX, is not only known for his pioneering ideas.
Communication with his employees in the Gigafactory is also often different from that in other companies.
The CEO already sends mass emails to all his employees or lets his anger run free *.
Now another message from Musk causes a stir.
Tesla boss Elon Musk is known for clear messages to his employees.
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Tesla: Secret email to managers released
In an email that was leaked to the US news broadcaster CNBC, the Tesla boss allows deep insights into his
The message is said to have been sent to Tesla employees at the beginning of October 2021.
At that time, despite the prevailing chip shortage, Tesla had just announced record deliveries for the third quarter, according to a message on
In the leaked email, the Tesla boss relentlessly admonishes his managers that there are
only three options for Musk to issue explicit instructions by email
"1. Email me to explain why what I said was wrong. Sometimes I'm just wrong!
Email me to explain why what I said was wrong.
Sometimes I'm just wrong!
2. Request further explanations if my statement was ambiguous.
3. Follow the instructions. "
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That Musk is 100 percent serious with his instructions becomes clear in the further course of the email: "If none of the above steps are taken, this manager will be asked
to resign immediately,
" the company boss clarifies.
There is obviously no room for excuses among Musk's squad.
Nevertheless, the visionary seems to accept criticism as long as it has a hand and foot.
By the way, with this sentence Elon Musk reveals whether his employees are wasting time.
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