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Managing Change

02- Managing Change- NIMA

July 29, 2002
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The National Imagery and Mapping Agency had to merge the personnel structures of the nine different federal offices and agencies from which it was fashioned. What NIMA’s HR leaders created was nothing less than revolutionary.
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02- Managing Change- NIMA

July 29, 2002
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The National Imagery and Mapping Agency had to merge the personnel structures of the nine different federal offices and agencies from which it was fashioned. What NIMA’s HR leaders created was nothing less than revolutionary.
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A Post-Merger HR Primer from NIMA

July 27, 2002
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If you want to be able to cope with the unexpected, don’t carve your HR practices in stone.
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A Post-Merger HR Primer from NIMA

July 27, 2002
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If you want to be able to cope with the unexpected, don’t carve your HR practices in stone.
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1999 Managing Change Optimas Award Profile Malden Mills Industries Inc.

September 16, 2001
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A devastating fire destroyed three of Malden's buildings and displaced 1,400 employees. HR helped get the rebuilding process by creating a special center to keep the displaced employees informed and to retain them. The center was later used through two painful downsizings.
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Balancing the Human Equation

September 16, 2001
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Kathy Skala, the HR director of Malden Mills, shares her insights about HR and working at Malden Mills.
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Due Diligence Checklist for Merging Companies

June 29, 2001
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This review is critical to to ensure sound financial decisions and a smooth employee integration.
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Paving the Way to Profitability

February 27, 2000
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The HR team at Bayer's Myerstown, Pennsylvania, production facility initiated a "Roadmap for Change" process that ultimately helped the plant become profitable.
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Five Initiatives for Growth

February 27, 2000
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An outline of Bayer's successful strategy.
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