The problems at Ferrari all boil down to leadership. If a team is spending the amount of money they do, with the vast array of talent they have, it's down to decision making. Who's ideas get promoted, what chances are taken, where focus is placed, how reward is given. They have a culture problem - it all starts with leadership setting the right tone for expectations and progress. If your leadership position is that there's nothing you can do for two years (which they've said publicly) then you will certainly not improve before then.