2. A mere expectation expressed overtly or covertly as either a valid or sarcastic criticism of management or the man, by an organization's employee or stakeholder who has prior experience associated with the first definition; or prior experience with any reorganization that resulted in disruption, micromanagement, employment changes, or "fixing something that isn't broken."
3. Management’s persistent attempt to make a failing or failed reorganization succeed, typically to the detriment and chagrin of everyone involved with the organization.
4. A type of fail.
5. Can be a tool of crisis management, or it can result in crisis management.
6. A word that could be used by a person who is simply afraid of change, in reaction to a good management decision.
Bill: Yep, here comes a reorganizaster.
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