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Its early days yet.
In Ross Brawn's book - and he's a man who knows how to turn a team into championship winners - he insists it takes 3 years to turn a team around.
Year 1 is when you review and assess everything
Year 2 is when you make changes, hiring and firing, the management structure etc
Year 3 is when you should start to see the results.
Zak Brown is currently somewhere between years 1 and 2. He joined McLaren in November 2016 as executive director of McLaren Technology Group (where his influence was limited), but only became "the big boss" in April 2018 when he was made CEO of McLaren Racing. That was less than 6 months ago. Link
He's making some changes to the management structure, some people have left, and some are being recruited. Time will tell if those changes have worked.
I'm not saying Zak Brown will be a success. He might be. Or he might not be.
What I'm saying is it's WAY too early to call him a failure.
It took Jean Todt a good few years to fix Ferrari's structure and hire all the right people, everyone was calling for his head at the start but it turned out quite well in the end...
Not in the UK still gives quite a lot of places where you could be, as a start some links below.
Book Despository (their header states free worldwide delivery)
I read it in his book: https://www.amazon.com/Total-Competition-Ross-Brawn/dp/1471162354
Total competition or other?
Link for anyone interested: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Total-Competition-Lessons-Strategy-Formula/dp/1471162354