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Question: Draw and Describe a flat Organizational Structure using a flow chart and the following people: a Ceo, Director of Production, Director of Service, Director of Shared Resources, IT Manger, HR Manger, Marketing Manger, 4 Mangers, 8 Data Analyst, 5 graphic designers, 5 designers, 5 developers, 5 QA Specialist, 5 project managers, 3 HR Specialist, 3 IT Specialist and 3 Marketing Specialist

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Since I am a text-based AI, I'm unable to physically draw diagrams or flow charts. However, I can describe how the organization structure would look like: 1. At the top of the chart, you would have the CEO. He/She is the one in charge of overseeing the entire organization. 2. Below the CEO, you'd have the Director of Production, Director of Service, and the Director of Shared Resources placed in a horizontal line, indicating that they directly report to the CEO. 3. Under the Director of Shared Resources, you'd place the IT Manager, HR Manager, and Marketing Manager, as these roles are typically considered shared resources across different departments. 4. The 4 Managers would be divided among the Directors of Production and Service, based on each department's needs. 5. Under each manager, you'd divide up the remaining roles. As an example: - IT Manager's subordinates could be the 3 IT Specialists. - HR Manager would overlook the 3 HR Specialists. - Marketing Manager would be responsible for the 3 Marketing Specialists. 6. Under the Director of Production, you could include roles such as the 5 developers and 5 QA Specialists, since they are often involved in product development. 7. The Director of Service could oversee roles like the 5 project managers, who might manage client-based service projects. 8. The Data Analysts (8) and Designers (both Graphic and otherwise who sum up to 10) can be divided as per the requirement of each department. Remember, this is just a generic layout. The actual structure may vary based on the needs and specifics of your organization, as the allocation of data analysts and designers can change per priorities and requirement of each department. Also, the flat structure encourages fewer levels of management and promotes employee involvement in the decision-making process.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 9, 2023, 4:51 p.m.

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Published: Monday, October 9, 2023

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