Restructuring a mixed bag
- HR's role `to navigate through restructuring' MacLachlan, Rob; Thatcher, Mike // People Management;05/04/95, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p18
Discusses the role of personnel management in navigating through company restructuring. Challenge posed by corporate renewal; Phases of corporate renewal.
- Ready, set, re-engineer. Levine, Barry G. // CA Magazine;Aug94, Vol. 127 Issue 6, p39
Focuses on the concept of corporate re-engineering in Canada. Companies' need for reengineering; Understanding the concept of process; Challenge to the status quo; Changes in customer requirements.
- Impact on employees ignored. // CA Magazine;Mar1995, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p16
Reports on findings of a survey on executives and employees' perception of change initiatives conducted by Princeton, N.J.-based Kepner-Tregoe Inc. Impact of change initiatives according to executives; Decline in morale among employees due to changes.
- RE-ORG CHART. // Orange County Business Journal;3/24/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p1
Discusses corporate reorganizations in Orange County, California. Date started; Workforce reduction; Unresolved issues.
- Favorite corporate pastime: Reorganizing. // Crain's Chicago Business;7/22/96, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p13
Reports that about 60% of large corporations undertook significant reorganizations in the post-recessionary years from 1992 to 1994 according to a study by A.T. Kearney Inc. Analyses of ten major corporations and surveys of executives at 700 other companies in the United States, Canada and...
- The challenge of restructuring. Nelson, Craig A. // Corporate Board;May/Jun95, Vol. 16 Issue 92, p20
Focuses on various issues of corporate restructuring as it affects a corporate board. Use of anti-takeover charter amendments; Expansion of due diligence efforts; Objective of restructuring; Government policies.
- Corporate change: The problem is not leadership but support. // Corporate Board;Jul/Aug95, Vol. 16 Issue 93, p28
Highlights the result of the survey conducted by the Hay Group concerning the problems related to corporate changes in the United States. Areas of trouble for reorganization.
- Why reengineering has failed. Manganelli, Raymond L.; Raspa, Steven P. // Management Review;Jul95, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p39
Focuses on the failure of business reengineering projects in the United States. Difference between tactical and strategic deployment of reengineering; Case of AT&T Capital Leasing Service; Aspects of implementation of reengineering efforts; Myths about reengineering.
- Restructuring: Building a winning team for the 90s. Dean, Don; Morris, Robert E. // Supervision;Feb93, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p17
Part I. Gives 10 key tips and insights on how middle management can turn restructuring into a positive experience for the company. Stress over change; Need for communication; 80/20 rule; Job security; Rumor mongering; Leadership quality; Employee empowerment and participation; Incrementalism.
- The legal risks in downsizing. // Supervisory Management;Aug93, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p4
Focuses on the legal risks of company downsizing. Age bias charges; Failure of managers to adhere to corporate layoff guidelines; Need for consultation with legal experts.