Restructuring seems to be an unavoidable and inevitable part of doing business today. Too often, companies focus on reducing head count and fail to consider the qualifications and morale of the employees who remain after the restructuring. How can a company restructure and develop a revitalized organization that is positioned for the future and staffed with the best qualified people? The authors explain their strategy-driven approach to restructuring in which people are “redeployed” in a positive way. Their method focuses first on describing and redesigning the work to be done in the new company and only then on the people to do the work.