Organization chart, Biology

ORGANIZATION CHART:

Organization chart is one of  the visual which helps any visitor to get an understanding of an organization at a glance. 

Meaning of Organization Chart An organization chart is a statement of  the relationship and activities that we would like to have  in an organization or an organization chart is a diagrammatic representation of  the structure of an organization. It depicts: 

a)  the  formal organizational reltionship. 

b)  areas of responsibilities. 

c)  persons to whom one is accountable or answerable. 

d)  what is the channel of communication. 

Purpose of an Organizational Chart

a)  It is used for administrative control, policy making and planning. 

b)  It helps in discovery of relationship of the personnel. 

c)  It is also used to orient new nursing personnel or to present the agencies structural design to others. 

d)  It provides clarifications  to vague association. 

e)  Visual graph more effective means of communication.  

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