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An organizational chart is a chart which represents the structure of an organization in terms of rank.
In many large companies the organization chart can be large and incredibly complicated and is therefore sometimes dissected into smaller charts for each individual department within the organization.
The chart usually shows the managers and sub-workers who make up an organization. The chart also shows relationships between staff in the organization which can be clearly specified and defined:
direct relationship between superior and subordinate.
relationship between different departments on the same hierarchical level.
relationship between a managerial assistant and other areas. The assistant will be able to offer advice to a line manager. However, they have no authority over the line manager actions.
relationships between specialist positions and other areas. The specialist will normally have authority to insist that a line manager implements any of their instructions.
There are three different types of organization charts:
- ?Lv 61 decade ago
a simple and clear way to show ppl or staff the structure of the company, each staff's post , each level in clear order