The Organization Hierarchy Chart depicts the organizational structure in which every entity in the organization, except one, is subordinate to only one other entity. This arrangement resembles a hierarchy. The typical organizational chart resembles a pyramid, with C-level executives at the top and lines extending down to middle management and staff-level employees. This Organization Hierarchy Chart begins at the top with positions with the highest levels of responsibility and works its way down. Employees are primarily organized according to their certain skills and their corresponding function in the company. Each Department is run independently of the others. Many start-up businesses use this structure until they are large enough to build out different departments, but some organizations keep this structure because it encourages collaboration.