See some real-world examples of org charts below. Regardless of your role or industry, OrgChart products provide an efficient tool for creating, maintaining and sharing organizational charts. All org chart examples on this page were created using one of our OrgChart charting products. All names in the charts below have been changed to protect identity.

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Charting a Non-Profit Organization

Charting a Non-Profit Organization

Relying heavily volunteers, Non-Profits face unique challenges managing their workforce. OrgChart Platinum includes a prebuilt template for Non-Profit organizations. Here we see a basic organizational layout of a Non Profit organization identifying the Staff and the Volunteers positions that make up the human resources of the organization.

Charting Employee Performance

Charting Employee Performance

A nine-box is a common way to display employee performance and span of control. OrgChart offers built-in nine-box support, allowing you import your all your employee data then superimpose nine-charts on your org chart to provide a snapshot of performance across your orgainization.

Visualizing the Impact of Contractors in Your Organization

Visualizing the Impact of Contractors

Many organizations have contractors working at a variety of levesls. OrgChart lets you highlight contractors and the positions they hold, from key managers to individual contributors, allowing you to see their impact across your organization.

Identifying Critical Staff Performance

Identifying Critical Staff Performance

This organizational chart identifies critical, key and performance of individuals in the company. OrgChart allows you to set criteria based upon key metrics that your HR department uses then apply formatting to those metrics to visualize those metrics across a group or the entire organization.

University

This org chart is produced by the IT department. It was published on the university web site and also included in the alumni newsletter. This is an example how OrgChart can handle a high span of control (a manager with a large number of direct reports).

Science Center

This org chart was included in the annual report to the board of directors and is also used to on-board new employees. An EPS version (Encapsulated PostScript) is exported for PowerPoint presentations and an SVG version (Scalable Vector Graphics) is published for posting on the web.

Equipment Company

This org chart is produced weekly by HR for the executive team. Using OrgChart® instead of Visio saves HR thirty minutes every week.

Disaster Recovery Team

This org chart is included in the Disaster Recovery Plan at a major medical center.

Organizational Design

This org chart was produced by an organizational change consultant as part of a restructuring exercise. The CEO was so impressed he put a framed a copy on the wall of his office.

City Government

This org chart was posted on a city’s website to help the community understand how their city government is structured. Using OrgChart® instead of PowerPoint not only produces better results but also makes updating the chart effortless.

Power Company

This organization chart is produced by the regulatory & compliance function within a public utility. Before they started using OrgChart®, the single page version was unreadable.

Department of Transportation

This DOT (Department of Transportation) org chart is an example of how most standard charts look. Click on the image to see a second version highlighting how OrgChart Now allows you to place multiple charts on a single page.

Interactive PDF

Share a PDF that gives built-in search and navigation of the entire organization, complete with table of contents and index.

Microsoft PowerPoint

Export some or all of your organization chart to PowerPoint. Your design theme is retained so your presentation will be ready in no time.

Microsoft Visio

If you want more structural flexibility, export your chart to Visio and arrange your organization in a web, split tree, inverted hierarchy or any arrangement to express your ideas.

Microsoft Project

Publish your organization chart to MS Project to view and assess project teams. Identify skills and strengths of each team member and assign tasks. Publish back to OrgChart to visually communicate your team structure and responsibilities.