How could you not want to invest a ton of your money in MBLX?
- larger companies have “optionality” and flexibility
- ADM severing relationship was "pretty shocking" and MBLX "did not have options in development. They had to start at square one."
-Eno and his team needed to convince themselves of the value of their mission and the capabilities to get it done. Eno told me this involved “a lot of work, soul searching, and analysis.”
- Eno took me through the practices that needed to change given the company’s new reality. They:
Accelerated the pace of decision-making
Implemented task/project-focused teams
Created robust and very short term target setting, especially around manufacturing and customers
Wow! What inspired Forbes to waste their time on this? Is the author a high school intern? Nothing in this article that made me feel more confident about the future of MBLX or in the leadership of Eno. In fact, just another example that confirms Eno must go. No substance. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
I don't think the article was about MBLX but more about how to deal with adversity. All I can hope is that the author chose Eno because he needed a succeessful example for his column........and he will be right.