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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reengineer.

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  • Tessia in a sense starts a revolution on the level of the Fosbury Flop in high jumping when she reengineers medicine and magic by combining what she learned from her dad helping him on amputations, etc with what she learns from Lord Dakkon.

    The Magician’s Apprentice-Trudi Canavan « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Stagnation has also led to a frenzy of cost cutting in the business world led by the reengineers, which removes the incentive for employees to make any positive contribution to their firms and swells the unemployment ranks.

    Lean Thinking

  • The frequent result is a collapse of morale among those who survive being reengineered and a regression of the organization to the mean as soon as the reengineers are gone.

    Lean Thinking

  • The experience of the reengineering movement, which has also sought to remove many indirect workers and to attack the very legitimacy of many functions and departments, argues strongly that when employees are rudely shoved out of the way with no new self-image provided, their natural response is to restore the old system as soon as the reengineers are gone.

    Lean Thinking

  • Everyone downsizes and reengineers simultaneously.

    Press Briefing By Elaine Kamark And Mike Mccurry

  • This should offset any added costs incurred as the agency reengineers its management of projects and programs.

    Npr Report On The Agency For International Development Pt A

  • This should offset any added costs incurred as the agency reengineers its management of projects and programs.

    Npr Report Agency For Internat L Development Pt A

  • Additional personnel cuts will result as each agency reengineers its basic work processes to achieve higher productivity at lower costs -- eliminating unnecessary layers of management and nonessential staff.

    National Performance Review Report Intro

  • "It shouldn't come as a shock that a bill that reengineers the health care system in America would cost private companies money," Barton said.

    CNSNews.com Headlines

  • The reengineering movement has recognized that departmentalized thinking is suboptimal and has tried to shift the focus from organizational categories (departments) to value-creating “processes”—credit checking or claims adjusting or the handling of accounts receivable.6 The problem is that the reengineers haven’t gone far enough conceptually—they are still dealing with disconnected and aggregated processes (for example, order-taking for a whole range of products) rather than the entire flow of value-creating activities for specific products.

    Lean Thinking

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