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The company where I work is a software company which right now consists of 40 employees. We are trying right now to put a hierarchy structure and to put some set processes. We have two managing directors. I work as the administration managers. My doubt is - I report directly to the directors. There are other people (HR, Operation Manager, Marketing team, etc) who also report directly to the directors. Reporting part aside, they want me to manage the office fully. Other than the project related details and marketing, everything should be handled by me. How do I draw the hierarchy chart for this?
28th July 2013 From India, Cochin
Dear annverghese13,
Good evening to you,
Admin Manager will always report to the MD or PD or CEO e.t.c. due to nature of work. The suggested admin hierarchy chart could be something like this:
1. MD
2. Admin Manager
3. Assistant Manager Admin
4. Admin Team to do the following works continuously:
(a) Security
(b) Safety & Fire Fighting
(c) Reception
(d) Transport
(e) Guest House
(f) Visitor
(g) Office
(i) Environment & Arboricultural
(j) Local Civil & Police Dept Liaison
(k) Local Industrail Relationship Liaison

I hope this should be good working hierarchy for you to believe and put it across to your Company Bosses for thier consideration for put it into practise effectively.
With warm wishes.
28th July 2013 From India, Pune
Hi Ann,

Manage Office Fully???? I guess you need to be more specific.

To redesign the Org chart for company and its reporting structure you need to use various strategies and tools. Just becoz directors wants all to report you does not necessary means the ORG chart will be made in that fashion.

Here are some links on guideline for framing Org chart. Read more articles on them to seek guidance and then based on your business model make your own org chart.

Factors to Consider When Designing an Organization Structure | Business & Entrepreneurship -

Organizational architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How to Change your Organizational Structure | eHow

Tip: Involve all stake holders and Leaders involved and being effected by this ORG change. Also, its also better to ensure "Authority and Accountability" of Department does not clash with other department, with ultimate power with the directors.


28th July 2013 From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
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