Organization Charts

An Org Chart is a collection of boxes connected by lines with a hierarchical structure. Each box contains an organizational group name, role or individual person, and the lines between the boxes show the hierarchical reporting relationships within the organization as in the figure below. Typically, each box in an Org Chart will contain the same level of information. For example, if the Org Chart includes individuals’ names and titles, then each box will include one name and one title, and none of the boxes will include only an organizational entity. Higher levels in the structure are placed at the top of the Chart, with subordinate levels in the hierarchy placed below.

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Learn more about requirements models in our book Visual Models for Requirements.(See Chapter 8 for Organization Chart)

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