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Elon Musk’s micromanagement style could be a risk for his business

  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk is the third richest man in the world – but he’s still prone to make some poor leadership decisions. 
  • Musk is notorious for being a micromanager, and he told the New York Times on Monday that he “can’t find people to delegate to.” 
  • Micromanagement, in general, is bad for business, and can lead to wasted time, money, and high executive turnover rates. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

To say that Elon Musk has a lot on his plate would be an understatement. But he’s not planning on changing that anytime soon. 

In a New York Times podcast released Monday, the Tesla CEO said that he delegates tasks on a limited basis, and does most of the major work he needs himself. 

“If investors in Tesla knew the full scope of all the things I do at Tesla, they would be quite concerned,” Musk told

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Coaching staff, style of play attract Creighton’s first commit in 2022 class | Creighton

For Creighton commit Brittany Harshaw, last summer was a blast.

It was her first real introduction to the recruiting scene — she took the court with evaluators sitting along the sideline, she visited colleges, she met prospective teammates, she listened to recruiting pitches. Scholarship offers came. And Harshaw, going into her sophomore year at the time, did her best to just try to take it all in.

“It was fun last summer, just being younger and started to get to know coaches, and getting to go on campuses,” she said. “But I didn’t really think much about it.”

This summer, though? She got down to business.

Harshaw weighed her college options, narrowed the choices and ultimately decided on Creighton. She announced that she’d committed to CU a few weeks back, picking the Bluejays over Nebraska, Drake and others.

“Just everything stood out (about Creighton),” she said. “The style of play

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Master of Science in Business of Fashion kicks off new academic year with style

Designer: Andrew Staunton
Education: B.A. Fashion Design, Kingston University
Employment: Former Design Director, DKNY Men’s Sportswear

 

Statement: “The design submitted is named “Urban Steampunk” as I felt it should live in a more modern vein applicable to current trends. In researching Steam Punk, many factors come to the surface. I caught onto this Amelia Earhart, aeronautical look, as well as looking to designers who have been inspired by Steampunk. You can see threads of the concept weaving through collections from Burberry, Versace, and Yohji Yamamoto.

I illustrated a layered look starting with are a cropped shearling flyer jacket. The proportion is modern and intentional, with an exaggerated statement collar and minimized authentic details. Under this is a cotton-wool twill weave blouse, featuring a ruffle at the neck and center front. This nod to Victoriana as a theme runs throughout the more feminized pieces seen in Steampunk, referencing the concept’s historical

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Business of Fashion kicks off new academic year with style

Designer: Andrew Staunton
Education: B.A. Fashion Design, Kingston University
Employment: Former Design Director, DKNY Men’s Sportswear

 

Statement: “The design submitted is named “Urban Steampunk” as I felt it should live in a more modern vein applicable to current trends. In researching Steam Punk, many factors come to the surface. I caught onto this Amelia Earhart, aeronautical look, as well as looking to designers who have been inspired by Steampunk. You can see threads of the concept weaving through collections from Burberry, Versace, and Yohji Yamamoto.

I illustrated a layered look starting with are a cropped shearling flyer jacket. The proportion is modern and intentional, with an exaggerated statement collar and minimized authentic details. Under this is a cotton-wool twill weave blouse, featuring a ruffle at the neck and center front. This nod to Victoriana as a theme runs throughout the more feminized pieces seen in Steampunk, referencing the concept’s historical

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Fly the whole family to Israel in style using Delta SkyMiles



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Redeeming points and miles to get to Israel isn’t as easy as some other Middle Eastern destinations. Although El Al, the flag carrier of Israel, is a transfer partner of Amex Membership Rewards, its loyalty program

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