Reorganization

Reorganization,

Definition of Reorganization:

  1. Combination of two or more organizational units resulting in a new entity in which the combined units remain essentially intact.

  2. The action or process of changing the way in which something is organized.

  3. Readjustment of a firms debt and capital structure after a bankruptcy or receivership order.

  4. Restructuring of a firms operations, in order to concentrate on core activities and outsource peripheral ones, often requiring reduction in workforce.

Synonyms of Reorganization

Copy, Duplication, Imitation, Overturn, Palingenesis, Re-creation, Re-formation, Realignment, Rearrangement, Rebirth, Rebuilding, Reconstitution, Reconstruction, Redesign, Redisposition, Redistribution, Redoing, Reedition, Reestablishment, Refashioning, Regeneration, Regenesis, Reinstitution, Reissue, Remaking, Renascence, Renovation, Reordering, Repetition, Reprinting, Reproduction, Reshaping, Restoration, Restructuring, Resurrection, Revision, Revival, Revolution, Shake-up, Turnover

How to use Reorganization in a sentence?

  1. The reorganization of the firm lead to a lot of new hires as well as a lot of old people being let go.
  2. Sometimes you may need to undergo a full reorganization for your business if things have not been working out well.
  3. The fundamental reorganization of society along socialist lines.
  4. It is hoped, by the board of directors, that the reorganization of the company will keep the company from going bankrupt.

Meaning of Reorganization & Reorganization Definition