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The pyramid chart has a triangular shape and there are lines inside it that divide it into different sections. Each of the sections is reserved for a particular topic or idea that has to be discussed. Each section is of different width and as such, they tend to represent a level of hierarchy between the items. Usually, the section in the bottom is meant to present a general issue, while the one on the top a specific one.
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Usually pyramid charts with horizontal lines are used to represent organizational structures within the company. Because it’s designed to represent hierarchy, the executives are places on the top of the pyramid, while the middle section is reserved for the management and the bottom for the lower- ranking employees. The size of the chart will depend on the size of the company and organizational structure is usually changed according to the customers that it serves.
These types of charts are great for depicting the various organizational structures such as functional ones, product and matrix. For example, in functional organizational structures, the company is organized by finance, accounting, marketing and similar functions and managers hold titles accordingly. Also, department stores may use product structures where departments are organized by product type.
The 3D pyramid chart is very visual and has the same purpose as the abovementioned ones. It’s created as such in order to attract the attention of the audience and engage them in the presentation. The purpose of these charts is to enable for a better coordination of functions and for increased quality of the final outcome.
Pyramid charts have triangular shape with lines that divide them in different sections
This template will enable you to more successfully represent hierarchical structures
You will be able to efficiently describe various organizational structures such as functional, product and matrix
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