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An organizational chart is a diagram that depicts a company's internal structure by outlining the functions, responsibilities, and relationships among individuals within the organization. Organizational charts may show a company's overall operations or drill down to a particular department or segment. An employee's hierarchical rank with regard to other people within the organization is graphically shown in organizational charts. "Org maps" or "organization charts" are other terms for organizational charts.
Organizational charts can be constructed in three main formats including hierarchical structure, flat structure, and matrix structure. The hierarchical structure is the most popular model that places the highest-ranking people at the top of the chart and lower-ranking people below them. The sector, geographical location, and corporation size, all influence organizational hierarchies. The flat org map, also known as a "horizontal" chart, places employees on the same floor, suggesting more power balance and autonomy in decision-making than is typical of employees in hierarchical organizations. In the matrix structure, individuals are categorized according to their common skill sets, the divisions in which they operate, and the people to whom they can report in this more complicated organizational structure. Employees and teams of multiple managers are often interconnected in matrix maps, such as a software developer who is working on two projects—one with his usual team manager and the other with a different product manager.
Org charts are extremely helpful when an organization is considering reforming its manpower or modifying its management structure, regardless of its structure or industry. Our IT Organizational Chart Templates have been specifically designed to help you create such charts for the IT industry.