Organogram / organisational chart

By Admin Eltis / Updated: 28 May 2019

Definition – An organogram is a graphic representation of the structure of one or more organisations showing the relationships of the departments and staff positions.

Relevance to SUMP – In the context of SUMP, the preparation of an organogram could be useful at different stages of the planning process, for example: for the self-assessmentinfo-icon of the lead public authorityinfo-icon’s potential to successfully prepare a SUMP; to gain an overview of the organisations and departments involved and potential partnerships (see integrationinfo-icon); to examine how governanceinfo-icon and decision-making processes involving several organisations could function; and to clarify responsibilities and the resources available.

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