Did you possibly mean reorganization?
- n. alternative spelling of reorganization.
- n. the imposition of a new organization; organizing differently (often involving extensive and drastic changes)
“And although we are not willing to assume that re-organisation for the sake of reorganisation is at all helpful, what the Council finds intriguing is the knowledge that we have an extraordinary pool of talent in Ontario, and the most comprehensive range of services of any province in the country.”
“I suspect that in the short term the reorganisation will now cost more than it will save.”
“The reorganisation was a difficult work, for the burghers were divided amongst themselves.”
“The reorganisation is the third dismantling of a Wall Street conglomerate in the past two months.”
“Whitehall officials hope that increased funding will ensure essential personnel and international partnerships are maintained through the reorganisation, which is due to take place over the next two years.”
“But Mr Burnham was expected to say that the reorganisation is a £3 billion distraction at a time when the service should be focusing on its financial challenges.”
“The reorganisation is a Swedish legal process headed by an independent administrator appointed by the court who is working with Saab management.”
“The reorganisation is a win-win deal, all the companies involved will see an enhancement on their per share earnings,' Yu Rumin, Chairman of Tianjin Port (Group) told reporters.”
“It is the latest part of GM's reorganisation, which is also set to see the Opel and Vauxhall brands going to Canada's Magna.”
“And there's no meaningful attempt being made to establish a mechanism for judging in the future whether the reorganisation has been a 'success'.”
Looking for tweets for reorganisation.