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Organizational Change and Version Control

Changing your hierarchies to reflect simple changes in reporting lines is not difficult. You create a new version of your existing hierarchy and modify parts of its structure. The system retains earlier versions of hierarchies for historical information.

However when you experience a major restructuring, it is often best to create new work structures, including new organizations and reporting lines.

Suggestion: You can create future-dated versions of your organization structures and use these to prepare for reorganization in advance. You retain previous versions of your hierarchies for historical information.

See Also

Dated Information and Hierarchy Versions

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