“I was recently part of a meeting where the topic of discussion was a possible reorganization plan. But this was in a university, where?unlike in most companies?reorganizations don?t happen very often (thank goodness).
As usual, someone suggested we do a ?best practice? investigation by identifying how the other major schools were organized. The problem is, though, that the major schools are organized in several various ways, and there is no particular ?best? practice.”
– Best Practice and Case Studies are starting points, not blue-prints. If you are using Best Practice and Case Studies as a blue-print you are using them the wrong way. They should be used to give you ideas on the best way to proceed, not necessarily be the way that you proceed. -ed.