Horizontal chart - organization chart, Biology

Horizontal Chart:

Horizontal chart which read from left to right are occasionally used. The pyramid lies horizontally instead of standing in the vertical position. The line of command proceeds horizontally i.e.,  from left to right showing top level of  the left like NS and each successive level extending to right as shown in Fig. However, this chart does not decrease the importance of  levels. It is feared that some people may make mistakes of  levels in this chart.  

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