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Organisation Chart section, Terms of Reference (slide 4)

The Oragnization Chart section in the Terms of Reference for the Acme Fashion case study, s4
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Acme Fashion Supplies Organisation

Juno Howmutsch - Financial Director

  • Kipp Ntali - Senior Accountant
    • Pippa Trale - Filing clerk
    • Callum Totle - Book keeper

Seenya Cumming - Sales and Marketing Director

  • Lou Skannon - Sales Operations Manager
    • Bo Sibbutz - Sales Team Leader
    • Cole Koller - Sales assistant
    • Awd Artaker - Sales assistant
    • Winnie Warmlede - Sales assistant
  • Pylem Hye - Stock Manager
    • Harry Humper - Goods In
    • Larry Lumper - Goods In (part time)
    • Pakam Yntite - Goods Out
    • Celia Parsell - Goods Out

Mae Kitzo - Managing Director

  • Martha Henn - Personnel Manager

When creating an organisation chart, you don’t need to include everyone. Obviously you’ll include those that are in the in-scope parts of the business system. You’ll also include appropriate people from the parts of the organisation that are out of scope, but who receive or give data to the business system that is in scope.

There are no hard and fast rules here. Do what paints the right picture and guides you / your team in working out who to interview etc.

The project manager and stakeholders can help. In a large organisation, Human Resources / Personnel should have an up-to-date (or close to) organisation chart, to form a basis for yours. If you are preparing an Org Chart with many people, you may only want to name team leaders or senior managers and above.

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