Types of organization chart, Biology

Types of Organization Chart:

There are  two important  types of organization chart. 

a)  Vertical i.e.,  from top to bottom. 

b)  Horizontal  i.e., from  left to right. 

c)  Vertical  i.e., from Top  to Bottom 

Most organization use this type of chart which presents the different levels of organization in the form of a pyramid, with senior nursing person that is nursing superintendent at  the  top of  the chart and successive levels of management suchas MIS, Ward Sister and Staff Nurses are depicted vertically below  that. Thus the lines of  command proceed from  top to bottom in vertical lines as shown in Fig.  

 

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