Elon Musk, who is set to add Twitter to the sprawling roster of companies he oversees, is known for juggling many responsibilities. His 28 direct reports at Tesla, where he is CEO, reflect his tendency to spread his attention wider than most executives do.
Musk has long advocated for a flat management structure and encouraged employees from across the company to contact him with problem-solving ideas. His direct reports include employees with titles that don’t normally report to the CEO, such as senior manager and director. With the Twitter deal due to close on Friday, and Musk’s plans for taking a hands-on role at the social media company, the top tier of Tesla managers could gain more autonomy and influence.
As it is, Musk’s reports tend to manage large numbers of people. Altogether, The Information mapped out 113 people in the latest update to our Tesla org chart.