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ReOrganization has been written as a practical guide for anyone faced with organizing a business. Because every organization situation is unique, the reader should be familiar with a number of conceptual models and tools which can be of help when creating a theory for a particular situation. As consultants and businessmen, as well as through the elaboration of certain methods, the authors have developed a sense of what is important in the work of shaping or redesigning an organization. This book will therefore be of interest to anyone on the point of realising a development in their organization and wishing to know how this can best be accomplished most effectively and successfully.

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Table of contents
Preface ...................................................................................................... V
Chapter 1Introduction.............................................................................................. 1Organization theory........................................................................... 2Classical beginnings........................................................................... 3Organization and theory ................................................................... 5Building blocks of a theory ............................................................... 7Short history........................................................................................ 9
Chapter 2Fundamental organization models .................................................... 11Function, division and matrix ........................................................ 12Mintzberg’s five structures ............................................................. 27Network organization/project organization................................ 30Virtual/imaginary organization .................................................... 31Flat organization............................................................................... 34Process organization or processes and organization .................. 35The importance of working with processes ................................. 40Summary and study points ............................................................ 42
Chapter 3The organization’s anatomy, physiology and psychology ............ 43The human factor ............................................................................. 44Power and politics in organizations .............................................. 46The organization’s psychology – organization culture............... 49Summary and study points ............................................................ 58
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Chapter 4Organization and management .......................................................... 59Management – origins and definitions ......................................... 60The reverse perspective – management of the organization ..... 61
Chapter 5Aspects of organizing ........................................................................... 67What is the ideological basis?......................................................... 67What are the symptoms?................................................................. 79How do we coordinate organization work?................................. 83Centralized or decentralized?......................................................... 85Organizational boundaries – where does our organization begin and end? ........................................................................... 92Balancing renewal (innovation) with stability (effective operation) .................................................................................... 94Summary and study points .......................................................... 100
Chapter 6Tools and conceptual models............................................................ 101Elements of the business mission................................................. 102® Benchlearning ............................................................................... 103Decision methodology................................................................... 105Elimination of a level ..................................................................... 107The one-man band ......................................................................... 108Customer analysis .......................................................................... 112The “megaprocess” ........................................................................ 114Modelling/process mapping........................................................ 115Zero-base start ................................................................................ 117External environment analysis ..................................................... 119Organigraph.................................................................................... 123Performance criteria....................................................................... 124Problem analysis (PDS) ................................................................. 125Fair process ..................................................................................... 126What cannot be outsourced? ........................................................ 128Values and behavior ...................................................................... 129
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Chapter 7Reorganization step by step .............................................................. 131Current situation ............................................................................ 131Pre-conditions ................................................................................. 133Design .............................................................................................. 135Change ............................................................................................. 139Bibliography......................................................................................... 147
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