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Organizational charts have an important role when you need to show certain relationships between people in large organizations. By using the charts the people will understand where they fit in the organization, what their responsibilities are and what tasks they need to accomplish. Creating a proper chart can be too much time-consuming in order to make it look professional and organized. With this template you will properly organize all of the people in your surroundings.
The hierarchical chart will enable you to connect the employees to their managers. Usually you can start with one person on the top who is a CEO or part of the company’s leadership. Depending on who reports to whom, you can break down the chart by staff-level employees. Many startups use a horizontal chart before they grow enough to build more departments.
Similar to the horizontal chart, the vertical one also separates the people to supervisors and employees. But, in this case, each employee belongs to a certain department and there can be more people in a certain department. Usually, the departments are divided by their functions, such as HR, supply chain, sales, etc.
This is used to show a curved list of information. You can add pictures and change its shape. You can use is to show a certain process or work flow. You can see who reports to whom and which task belongs to whom.
Organizational charts are great for showing how people fit within an organization.
Hierarchical Charts enable you to connect the supervisors with the employees.
You can use a curved vertical line to demonstrate a work flow.
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