Organizations can hire consultants and purchase expensive training programmes - but improvement must still be generated from within. "The Reengineering Alternative" explains how organizations can develop effective improvement plans based upon their unique strengths and corporate objectives. This book should prove valuable to managers who recognize the need for organizational change, but either haven't found an appropriate improvement programme, or can't fit an outside programme into the budget. The book provides a questionnaire readers can use to determine causes of conflict and sources of competitive strength. It demonstrates effective management and helps readers make the most cost-effective decisions concerning change and improvement within their organization.