Überblick:Pressestimmen Anyone contemplating a reorganisation would do well to read this book...” Financial TimesADVANCE PRAISE for ReOrg:Dominic Barton Global Managing Director McKinsey & CompanyReOrg focuses on business results not buzzwords. It’s the book that I’ll be recommending to clients and colleagues.”Lord John Browne of Madingley former CEO BP; Executive Chairman L1 EnergyHow you deliver a reorganization is as important as what design you develop. Heidari-Robinson and Heywood capture that simply and effectively here. This is an invaluable book for anyone leading a reorganization.”Lady Barbara Judge CBE Chairman Institute of Directors; former Chairman United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority; and former Commissioner U.S. Securities and Exchange CommissionAn extremely useful and practical book. It will be an invaluable guide for executives at any level who are considering doing a reorganization of part or all of their company.”Sir Andrew Witty CEO GlaxoSmithKlineModern business demands extraordinary nimbleness and the willingness to change in order to compete and keep up. The inevitable reorganizations need to be done right the first time every time. ReOrg is an ideal thought provoker.”Sir Suma Chakrabarti President European Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentThis book will be invaluable for managers in both the public and private sectors faced with the challenge of leading a reorganization. It lays out clearly how managers can make a reorganization happen in a way that achieves the organization’s objectives while also remaining conscious of the cost (both actual and human) of the change and seeking to minimize it.”Ana Botín Executive Chairman SantanderReorganizations are inevitable in any business. Heidari-Robinson and Heywood are frank about the challenges and offer practical solutions. I highly recommend this book to business leaders thinking of reorganizing their companies.” Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Stephen Heidari-Robinson led McKinsey & Company’s Organization Practice for energy clients in addition to developing the firm’s thinking on implementing reorganizations. He served as UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s advisor on energy and environment. Stephen has also worked as a vice president at Schlumberger as head of the corporate program of a charity (Asia House) and in the UK Ministry of Defence.Suzanne Heywood is Managing Director Exor Group; sits on the boards of a number of companies including The Economist Group and CNH Industrial; and is Deputy Chair of the Royal Opera House. She started her career in the UK Treasury and then worked at McKinsey & Company where for several years she led the global Organization Design service line in the firm’s Organization Practice.