A Management organization chart graphically represents an organization’s structure, highlighting the different jobs, departments, and responsibilities that connect the company’s employees to each other and to the management team. As shown in the image, traditional organizational structures come in four general types, functional, divisional, matrix, and flat. Most org charts are structured by using the hierarchical model, which shows management or other high-ranking officials on top and lower-level employees beneath them. Understanding a company’s org chart graphically displays an employee’s hierarchical status relative to other individuals within the organization. As represented in the image, organizational charts use simple symbols such as lines, squares, and circles to connect different job titles that relate to each other.