Service Organizational Chart Examples
Organizational chart describes administrative and functional structures of an organization. It helps you find out where to go to get the information you need. Organization charts consist of boxes represent individuals and their roles and connectors represent their hierarchical relationships. With straightforward tools and wizards in Edraw organizational chart maker, you can easily create up-to-the-minute and easy-to-read org charts and data reports that you can easily edit, format, and share.
Civil Service Organizational Chart
The following is a typical Civil Service organizational chart for government. Badically, the UK Civil Service division consists of five departments in change of CS Talent & Specialist Resourcing, Chief Operating, Pensions Operations, CS Employee Policy and CS Learning & Organization Development & Design.
Weather Service Organizational Chart
From the weather service organizational chart, we can see that most detailed work on weather is carried out by the Office of Chief Operating. Divisions under the Office of Chief Operating have field offices rather than HQ offices of other divisions.
Purchasing Service Organizational Chart
Below is an organizational chart showing structure of hierarchical relationships between people in a purchasing service. The layout style of this example can save much room. It has grouped staff with the same title into one box. Putting all of the people with the same title into one box saves a considerable amount of space compared with arranging each member his own box.
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