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An organizational chart is a diagram that displays the structure of an organization and the relationships and relative ranks of its sections and positions/jobs. It is also known as an organigram or organogram. The term is also used for similar diagrams, such as those showing the various elements of a field of knowledge or a group of languages.
The organizational map is a diagram showing a company's relationship between one official and another, or others, graphically. It is often used to illustrate the relationship between one department and another, or between others, or between one feature of an entity and another, or others. This chart is useful in that it helps to imagine a complete organization through the image it represents. The organizational chart of a corporation usually shows relationships between individuals within an organization. These relationships could include managers with sub-workers, managers with managing directors, chief executive officers with different departments, and so on. It can be divided into smaller charts for different divisions within the company when an organizational chart becomes too big. There are three different types of organizational charts including hierarchical, matrix, and flat. For creating organizational charts, there is no agreed method other than placing the principal official, department, or feature first or at the head of the sheet, and the others below, in the order of their rank.
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