What Is an Organizational Chart?

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An organisational chart is a diagram that illustrates the structure of an organisation and the relationship and positions of its employees. Organisational charts help to organise the workplace, while giving the direction of management control of subordinates.
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Organizational Chart
A diagram that outlines the internal structure of a company. An organizational chart is the most common visual depiction of how an organization is structured. It outlines the roles, responsibilities and relationships between individuals within an org... More »
An organizational chart also called organization chart or, org chart is a diagram which shows the structure of an organization and the affiliations and relative ranks of its parts and positions/jobs. The word is also used for similar diagrams, for example ones illustrating the different elements of a field of knowledge or a set of languages.
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