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kamruddinahmed Started The Discussion:

Hi Please kindly share the organisation chart formulation procedure or format/way...

L.Kumar -  Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear Sender You have to draw the level from top to bottom of your organisation.i.e. from MD to upto the down level, department wise. L.Kumar

byomjeet -  Member Since: Jun 2007
You can also take the help of Microsoft Powerpoint. In powerpoint there is an option for organisational chart but it has its own limitations. If you need little bigger then you can have it drawn yourself in word or something.

Regards.

byomjeet

kamruddinahmed -  Member Since: Aug 2007
Thanks alot Mr. L. Kumar & byomjeet. but if u can help me by sending me a copy of any format like tat

Kokila Bhupal -  Member Since: Dec 2007
Hi,

Please find the attached file of Model Organisation Chart.

This chart, i've created using MS Word. You can disable the grouping by right clicking that image.

Incase of any queries, plz let me know.

You can also do the same by using Powerpoint.

Warm Regards,
Kokila

Kumar H P -  Member Since: Oct 2007
Hi, You can also use this format for creating your Organization Chart. Include names along with their designations. Truly Yours, Kumar.H.P


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L.Kumar -  Member Since: Nov 2007
Dear sender Certain documents, formats,information etc. are confidential and hence I am unable to reveal to any of forum LK

valbooj -  Member Since: Dec 2006
some organisation draw there chart top-to-bottom hirearechaly but some even draw their org. chart from bottom-to-top hirearchy approch(eg. ASHOK LEYLAN) U can drw the chart either way using pwoerpoint or even in doument.

with regards

valbooj




 
 
 
 





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