Examples of Organizational Charts

The organization chart is a diagram showing graphically the relation of one official to another, or others, of a company. It is also used to show the relation of one department to another, or others, or of one function of an organization to another, or others. This chart is valuable in that it enables one to visualize a complete organization, by means of the picture it presents.

A Main Street Program’s organizational chart typically illustrates relations between people within the Main Street organization in relationship to the city as well as the Board of Directors. Such relations might include managers sub-workers, directors to managing directors, officers of various departments or committees, and so forth. When an organization chart grows too large it can be split into smaller charts for separate departments within the organization. Below are some example of Organizational Charts from different sized communities around the state.

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