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Sunday, June 20, 2004How to radically reorganize your company—before it’s too lateReal restructuring breaks apart business processes and systems—from sales forecasting to IT infrastructure—that need to mirror the company’s new form.Throughout the reengineering process, though, exquisite care is needed to avoid disrupting something that is invisible to many managers: employee working relationships. It is easy to underestimate the effect of the aggregate knowledge and experience presented by groups of people who understand how to deal with one another to accomplish tasks.Many chief executives say it’s easier to pull off a radical restructuring when an organization realizes it’s in a crisis. It may be harder to do when the ranks of managers and workers don’t believe they need to transform how they operate. Yet in many cases, that’s precisely what’s needed to avert even more draconian measures further down the road.
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