Defence Research and Development Canada – Toronto (A): The Organizational Alignment Program Case Solution

The world has changed since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Canada has participated in the war in Afghanistan, and the first victims felt. It was November 28, 2005, René LaRose, Director General of Research and Development Canada (DRDC) Toronto, sitting in his office to prepare all personnel to report the next day. He knew that his research institute to remain relevant and be a major contributor to the new needs of the Canadian Forces and national security in this rapidly changing landscape, a major transformation of its center was necessary. Canadian Forces undergoing its own metamorphosis under its new Chief of Defence, General Rick Hillier, DRDC Toronto and needed to be in line with this trend. LaRose had spent several years trying to get the message that profound changes were needed at DRDC Toronto – were both cultural changes as were structural. The sense of urgency is now acute war with Canada and DRDC Toronto was launching a major program of organizational alignment.
by
Gerard Seijts,
Helen Wojcinski
Source: Ivey Publishing
18 pages.
Date Posted: April 23, 2012. Prod #: W12595-PDF-ENG
Research and Development Canada – Toronto (A) solutions, the alignment program of the organization

Defence Research and Development Canada – Toronto (A): The Organizational Alignment Program Case Solution
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