corporate reengineering

corporate reengineering

the process whereby the ORGANIZATION structure of a corporation is changed. This may involve a movement away from a functional organization to a multidivisional organization or the elimination or restructuring of certain product divisions within a multidivisional organization. Such reengineering often involves dramatic changes for managers and employees and can be linked with DOWNSIZING.
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His most recent accomplishment was the corporate reengineering of Arana Therapeutics, a world leading Antibody developer, which resulted in the acquisition of the company by Cephalon for a significant premium to market (July 2009).
During the corporate reengineering and downsizing rush of the 1980s, some CEOs made extensive job cuts across the board, created strict rules, and demanded discipline.
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None brain can't do it all in this industry," he says; instead, a strong senior management team is the real key to successful corporate reengineering. Courtot recently offered this advice about how to fix a failing company:
Several institutional real estate owners are currently undergoing corporate reengineering efforts that will undoubtedly effect their organizational, financial, and operational objectives, which will in turn have a significant effects on the manner in which their real estate investments are positioned and managed.
To serve as project manager, the City of Pittsburgh contracted with a consulting firm that is a leader in corporate reengineering efforts throughout the country.
Hackett, who has worked on many corporate reengineering projects, says, "It's not as complex or difficult as many people think.
Unprecedented layoffs in the white collar ranks have been an unavoidable by-product of corporate reengineering. Employees who got the axe and those who escaped it no longer trust employers to take care of them.

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