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Setting Up Success with Organizational Charts – [Infographic]

Every organization has a hierarchy or chain of command within the business. Everyone has their own responsibilities and tasks to accomplish. Organizational charts help companies determine who is who and track developments within the company. Here are some benefits org charts have.

Reporting Efficiency

Organizational charts help employees know who their reporting heads are. They demonstrate clear structures for everyone in the organization and make sure that everyone gets information relevant to their tasks.

Sound Communication

An up to date flow of communication is necessary for any company trying to succeed. This leads to having empowered employees and creates a culture of efficiency, productivity, and creativity. Because communication moves in so many ways, companies need a set format for internal communication.

Efficient Expansion

An excellent org chart helps companies track and reshuffle their employees as they develop new layers and need more managers for new teams. They can easily balance a team based on each member’s core capabilities and functional skills.

Guide for New Employees

Starting in a new office, a new workforce, a new company with new goals is overwhelming. Good org charts help assimilate new employees with their new tasks and co-workers.

Here is an infographic by Nakisa Hanelly, showing us the benefits of org charts and how they can help your company succeed.

Using manual methods to track employees’ careers is too much work for HR departments. It’s a good thing we have Nakisa, a global leader in organizational design and lease accounting software and services.

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