HOW TO…handle restructuring

Wood, Robin
October 2008
People Management;10/16/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p67
The article suggests steps to take to optimize the chances of success in organizational restructuring. Create a clear timeline to enable all those potentially affected to plan their lives accordingly. Create messages for everyone with whom one will need to communicate. Ensure line managers and supervisors are briefed in advance and given support to answer the questions they anticipate being asked. Address any concerns about how job roles will be affected.


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