[ UK /ɹɪˌɔːɡɐnaɪzˈeɪʃən/ ]
the imposition of a new organization; organizing differently (often involving extensive and drastic changes)
a committee was appointed to oversee the reorganization of the curriculum
top officials were forced out in the cabinet shakeup
How To Use reorganisation In A Sentence
- There is increased speculation this could be done through bankruptcy or a reorganization under bankruptcy protection.
- Financial exigency could thus join seamlessly with reorganization to become an everyday occurrence.
- At the same time, we can also find some helpful revelation for implementing the reorganization system of the new law of bankruptcy from Zheng Baiwen s realignment.
- The members of Sea Launch have unanimously determined that Chapter 11 reorganization is in the best interests of the Company, its customers, shareholders, employees and other related parties. Financial Problems at Sea Launch - NASA Watch
- It remains one of my favorite artifacts and seems to perfectly encapsulate emergence of new types of social currencies as a part of a reorganization of our lives around social relationships. Boing Boing
- A similar reorganization is taking place in virtually every state Party. A heads up...
- My hope is that it's not a liquidation," Sen. Chris Dodd, chairman of the Banking Committee, said this morning on the "Early Show" on CBS, "but what they call a debtor-in-possession, sort of Chapter 11 filing, which would allow for the reorganization of these companies. Lsj.com - News
- This trophic reorganization is hypothesized to be an important contributor to declines in populations of seabirds and marine mammals, because lipidpoor gadids and flatfishes generally replaced lipid-rich fish species in the Gulf of Alaska food web.
- We believe that a more rational approach requires the reorganisation or overt restriction of services.
- After Liberation in 1949, with the rectification and reorganization of the social order, the practice of streetwalking, pimping and whore-mongering was ordered eliminated.