Tesla’s Vehicle Delivery Target Miss Provides Implications and New Operations Leadership
Tesla Reports Q3 Financial Performance With an Acknowledgement
Tesla’s Q3-2022 Vehicle Delivery Performance Exposes Business Model Challenges
More Electric Vehicle Supply Network Moves
Supply Chain Matters News Capsule Update April 25 2022
Grand Opening of Tesla’s Germany Based Manufacturing Facility
Supply Chain Matters News Capsule Follow-Up August 13 2021
Tesla Motors Q2 Operational Performance- Extraordinary and Concerning
Tesla's Announced Job Action- Inevitable but Sober in Consequence
Electric automaker Tesla has informed employees of a 9 percent overall reduction in workforce, primarily impacting salaried positions. The implication is that Tesla’s new management structure will continue to have a high dependency on existing employees, and in various degrees of talent and expertise to rally and address the ongoing challenges.
Tesla Garners Additional Reservations for Electric Truck
This is a follow-up to our prior November Supply Chain Matters blog commentary: Tesla’s Electric Truck- Brilliance or More Challenge and Distraction, the unveiling of Tesla’s long-rumored Class 8 semitrailer truck. This week provides added good and not-so-good news related to this innovative new electrically-powered vehicle.