the management work product consisting of a diagram that documents the composition of the either the development organization or the project team in terms of its component teams and the aggregation relationships between them.
A diagram depicting a company's hierarchy or chain of command, its business segments, functions, and departments. To Top
Graphical representation of the organizational structur (q.v.) of an enterprise.
An organization chart is a diagram or map that shows the hierarchy of a group or business. It usually shows a person's name, and the position that person holds within the group or business.
Traditional way of showing the relationships between departmental and functional units or the reporting relationships between managers within an organization. Organization charts tend to emphasize that each department is independent and to ignore the many relationships that exist when activities in one department interact with activities in other departments.
Graphic depiction of staff structure and reporting relationships.
A chart showing the hierarchical interrelationships of positions within an organization.
a diagram that represents the positions and relationships within an organization
A symbolic representation of a hierarchy or chain of command.
a chart showing the lines of responsibility between departments of a large organization
a common example of a hierarchical tree structure
a good vehicle for showing the relationships among your team members
a graphic representation of the lines of authority in the company
a graphic representation of the structure of a department or division
a series of pictures or boxes that can be used to display the hierarchical overview of a company
A physical depiction of the company's structure showing employee titles and their relationship to one another.
Graphically displays the hierarchal relationships within a firm.
A diagram representative of the hierarchy of an organization's personnel.
A depiction of the relationships among jobs in an organization.
A visual device that shows the relationship and divides the organization's work: it shows who is accountable for the completion of specific work and who reports to whom.