Dudesbag, I believe that the pressure must come from BOD as well as the market, via share price- unfortunately-- to shake things up. High level staff meetings, consisting of all the parties responsible for the "2014 Peak Blunder", are telling each other that they did a good job and events that they could not control are to blame, and the street has it all wrong, wish they never went public, and they are going to 'stay true to the course', and blah, blah, blah. But the share price will not move north with this current team in place. They simply have lost creditability with the market movers to place a premium on future earnings.
It seems the one, or only catalyst that will move the share price well north of 100 will be overhaul of senior management positions. The Street has no confidence in current leadership, plain and simple. Sad but true