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organization chart

[‚ȯr·gə·nə′zā·shən ‚chärt]
(industrial engineering)
Graphic representation of the interrelationships within an organization, depicting lines of authority and responsibility and provisions for control.
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To start with, let's speak to why an organizational chart is necessary for both large and small businesses.
ACPE Organizational Chart SP Goal #1 SP Goal #2 SP Goal #2 SP Goal #4 Compliance Leadership Lifelong Collaborative Influence & Education Support & Community Engagement Development Design & Career Member Communication Development Advisement Retention Advancement Implementation Lifestyle Engagement PR &Media Enhacement Relations Evaluation Recognition & Content Awards Management Analysis Health Care Research Heath Policy Participation
Span of Control: It appears from the organizational chart that the president/owner avoids management responsibilities a bit.
Chart mode--displays a classic organizational chart in one of three sizes.
One incredibly simple and well-known tool you must produce and maintain is an accurate organizational chart.
The central behavioral theme of agility at work is communities of self-selecting organizational units based on work, shared knowledge and peer compatibility that transcends the organizational chart.
Her GAO report, accompanied by a maze-like organizational chart, noted that bioterror responsibilities, including programs to assist local and state health departments, are spread among more than 20 federal agencies.
Uniformity on a subjective level, perhaps, as each firm can design their own organizational chart.
If you looked at the organizational chart in February and looked at it today, you wouldn't recognize it.
Simply rewriting a person's job description or moving around boxes on an organizational chart do not automatically qualify people for their new jobs or alleviate the anxiety associated with change.
An appendix shows an organizational chart of the police department and its administrative affiliation within the city government.
based American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, says that "other than moving some functions from one block on an organizational chart to another -- and essentially getting rid of the director of NIE -- I don't see anything that's fundamentally different.

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