Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 11, 2007 - Business & Economics - 148 pages
ReOrganization has been written as a practical guide for anyone faced with organizing a business. Because every organization situation is unique, the reader should be familiar with a number of conceptual models and tools which can be of help when creating a theory for a particular situation. As consultants and businessmen, as well as through the elaboration of certain methods, the authors have developed a sense of what is important in the work of shaping or redesigning an organization. This book will therefore be of interest to anyone on the point of realising a development in their organization and wishing to know how this can best be accomplished most effectively and successfully.
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