organization chart


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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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Now Kitzhaber is redrawing the organization chart, partly to reflect the emerging reality of institutional autonomy and partly in pursuit of his goal of improved coordination among all levels of education.
Their moves have stirred up the rest of the organization chart.
Gray boxes on the high end of the organization chart also reinforce a now well-established recognition that those who labor for a nonprofit are a source of outright value, not just a way to plug holes in the production engine.
Thus, one of the first requirements for ISO registration is that the lines of responsibility and authority within the organization be clearly documented, typically on an organization chart.
Instead, they function as part of a labyrinthine molecular bureaucracy whose organization chart scientists have sought to fathom for decades, says Richard A.
Provides the visual presence of an organization chart within a timekeeping environment and offers the extended benefit of automated reporting structures.
An extensive graphic design toolbox enables quick and easy organization chart creation and customization using drag-and-drop components.
Members of the Board of Directors approved provisions on the Board of Directors, Board, risk manager, internal auditor, organization chart and budget.
7 - and a new tool for building a graphical representation of your company, Journyx Organization Chart Manager.
I hope that we don't just move boxes around on the organization chart.

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