Twitter is "working better than ever," yet prior to the takeover, it was "absurdly overstaffed": Theo Musk
Despite being "absurdly overstaffed" before his business took over, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, said on Twitter that Twitter is now operating better than ever.
Musk tweeted in response to a user who said that after the acquisition, Twitter has been having technical issues. Musk said that Twitter is currently operating more effectively since the old administration was "wasting money like crazy" by having an excess of people.
Musk's tweet emphasizes the advantages of good management, particularly when it comes to effectively using resources.
Overstaffing is a widespread issue that can squander resources and result in higher expenditures and decreased productivity.
According to Musk's remarks, Twitter's prior management did a poor job of managing the company's resources, which led to an excessive degree of overstaffing.
Twitter's performance was enhanced by Musk's team using effective management techniques and downsizing the company's employees.
There has been a lot of discussion and conjecture about Elon Musk's company's potential takeover of Twitter. Musk's post, though, implies that the acquisition was successful—at least in terms of enhancing Twitter's functionality.
The tweet also emphasizes how crucial efficient administration is to any organization's success. Organizations may boost performance, save expenses, and maintain competitiveness in a market that is becoming more difficult to operate in by employing effective management practices.