An organizational chart is a graphic that depicts a company's internal structure by outlining the roles, responsibilities, and interactions among personnel inside an institution. Organizational charts are sometimes known as "org charts" or "organization charts." An organizational chart graphically shows the structure of a firm, highlighting the many positions, divisions, and duties that link the company's employees to one another and to the management team.
Organizational charts can be large in scope, portraying the entire organization, or department- or unit-specific, concentrating on a single spoke on the wheel.
The "hierarchical" approach is used in most org charts, with management or other high-ranking authorities at the top and lower-level employees beneath them.