Example of Organizational Chart
The definition of what is an organizational chart implies that it shows the complete structure and hierarchy of an organization in the form of a graphic. Since it can be difficult to write about the full structure of any company, it is recommended to represent it in the form of a visual chart.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM presents the Organizational Chart Solution from the Management Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. The Organizational Charts Solution provides the useful tools for creating professional looking Organizational Charts.
Wide variety of examples is included in Organizational Charts Solution. You can find them in ConceptDraw STORE.
Sample 1. Organizational charts examples in ConceptDraw STORE
The example below was also designed in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Organizational Chart library from the Organizational Charts Solution.
Sample 2. Organizational chart - University leadership.
This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Organizational Charts Solution. This example is based on the organizational chart from the Ohio State University website [osu.edu]
Use the Organizational Charts Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM to create your own Organizational Charts of any complexity quick, easy and effective.
The Organizational Charts designed with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM are vector graphic documents and are available for reviewing, modifying, converting to a variety of formats (image, HTML, PDF file, MS PowerPoint Presentation, Adobe Flash or MS Visio), printing and send via e-mail in one moment.
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The most worked out and commonly used methodology of business processes description is IDEF methodology. Besides business processes it allows to describe functional blocks, for example production and marketing. ConceptDraw lets creation of business processes description using IDEF0 and IDEF2 methods.
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UML Apartment Plan. This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software using the UML Class Diagram library of the Rapid UML Solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
This sample show the detailed plan of the apartment and is used by building companies, design apartments, real estate agencies, at the buying / selling of the realty.
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There are many tools to manage a process or to illustrate an algorithm or a workflow. Flowcharting is one of those tools. However, it may be difficult to show complex processes that require multiple attributes or several people in a simple flowchart, so a cross-functional flowchart would be a solution for that situation. To create such flowchart, group processes and steps to labeled rows or columns, and divide those groups with horizontal or vertical parallel lines. It is worth mentioning that there are different types of cross-functional flowcharts, like opportunity or deployment flowchart.
This diagram shows a cross-functional flowchart that was made for a trading process. It contains 14 processes, distributed through 5 lines depicting the participants who interact with the process. Also there are connectors that show the data flow of information between processes. The cross-functional flowchart displays a detailed model of the trading process, as well as all participants in the process and how they interact with each other. The lines in the flowchart indicates the position, department and role of the trading process participants.
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Credit Card Processing System UML Diagram. This sample shows the Use Case Diagram of the credit card processing system. You can see how the payment by credit card occurs. This sample can be used by the bank, financial enterprises, for understanding the work of the credit card processing system at the projecting the banking systems.
Picture: Credit Card Processing System UML Diagram
At the base of the identity of an organisational is its organizational culture.
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The Stakeholder Onion Diagram is a popular and widely used way to view the relationships of stakeholders to a project goal. The Onion Diagram focuses on the project goal, most of other diagram styles focus on the project, stakeholders, and timeline. This difference favorably distinguishes and separates the Onion Diagram from other types of diagrams.
Design fast and easy Stakeholder Onion Diagrams of any complexity in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software using the powerful tools of Stakeholder Onion Diagrams Solution from the Management Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
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This method of problem analysis is widely used in IT, manufacture industries and chemical engineering. If you want to take a fresh look on your problem, you can draw a fishbone diagram with ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software, which supports both MAC OS and Windows. You can see and download fishbone diagram samples and templates in ConceptDraw Solution Park.
This Fishbone (Ishikawa) diagram can be applied as template for performing the cause and effect analysis of a service industry problems. It can help to determine factors causing problems. Causes in this diagram are categorized according to the 4S’s principle that means Surroundings, Suppliers, Systems and Skills. Grouping causes allows to reveal main interactions between different events. This diagram was made using ConceptDraw Fishbone diagrams solution. It can help to reveal the causes effected a complicated issue. Of course it can be used together with other methods of approaching to the problem solving.
Picture: Draw Fishbone Diagram on MAC Software