- n the imposition of a new organization; organizing differently (often involving extensive and drastic changes)
top officials were forced out in the cabinet shakeup
- Scott Fujita in USA Today
Sometimes a shakeup can be a good thing,Fujita said. "It's Sean's decision. I trust him. But I think, sometimes, making people a little uneasy is healthy."
- David Walker in FCW.com
If the federal government was a private corporation and the same report came out this morning, our stock would be dropping and there would be talk about whether the company's management and directors needed a major shakeup,Walker said during...
- Ehud Barak in International Herald Tribune
The state of Israel, the army and the security establishment are experiencing a major shakeup. I believe that I possess the capabilities and talents necessary to serve as Israel's next defense minister,Barak wrote.