Change Management

  • Most Common Reasons for Downsizing the Labor Force

    The most common reasons for downsizing the labor force stem from the effects of the global economic recession. However, certain industries have been into this cost-cutting measure even before the recent economic crisis. What could have been their reasons...
    By ciel s cantoria August 29, 2010 

  • Ethical Issues Concerning Downsizing

    In analyzing the ethical issues concerning downsizing, we will examine not just the decision but also the objectives. There should be considerations about the value placed on the objectives over the company’s moral responsibility to its employees...
    By ciel s cantoria August 28, 2010 

  • Effects of Downsizing and Tips for a Positive Outcome

    Are you considering rightsizing, downsizing, or just changing directions that may require a reduction in work force? Don't be hasty with this decision. Implement a comprehensive plan that takes into consideration the effects of downsizing.
    By Marjory Pilley August 23, 2010 


  • Do the Benefits of Downsizing Outweigh the Cons?

    The benefits of downsizing are that it allows companies to cut costs and improve efficiency, contributing to a “leaner and meaner” organization. But, like anything else, the process has to be closely managed in order to reap these benefits...
    By N Nayab August 22, 2010 

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