Functional organizational chart is structured with few managers at the top and most people at the bottom, organized by the tasks they performed. For example, an executive may report to the president.
Companies that use functional organizational chart split their departments into functional areas, such as accounting, finance, develop, marketing and law. For example, a start-up business can use the following functional software company organizational chart that includes only one member in each department charge of sales, engineering, customer relations, accounting and administration respectively.
The following functional organizational structure includes vice presidents, executives, directors and managers in a company. Enrerprises take flat organization as suan give employees more responsibility. However, it may cause confusion as employees has no clear supervisors to report to.
The following example organizational chart shows a functional
organizational chart of a company. As opposed to small organizational structures, functional
organizational charts are useful for large-scale companies. The functional structure groups employees together based
upon the functions of specific jobs within the organization.