re·or·ga·nize also Brit re·or·ga·nise /riˈoɚgəˌnaɪz/ verb re·or·ga·niz·es; re·or·ga·nized; re·or·ga·niz·ing
: to organize (something) again or in a different way [+ obj] ▪ The staff is still reorganizing the files according to the new system. ▪ The company was reorganized after it went bankrupt. [no obj] ▪ The company is reorganizing as a corporation. ▪ The club had to reorganize when most of its members moved away.
— re·or·ga·ni·za·tion also Brit re·or·ga·ni·sa·tion /riˌoɚgənəˈzeɪʃən, Brit riˌɔ:gəˌnaɪˈzeɪʃən/ noun