What is an organizational chart?
The organizational chart (also referred to as organization chart, organigram or organogram) is a very straightforward and intelligible plan that shows the whole structure of organizations and the relationships between its hierarchical levels. In other words, it allows you to visualize formal relations of subordination within a company, like who are the project managers and their teams, or from whom the chief executive can expect reports.
You can also use this diagram to map different kinds of hierarchical structures, e.g., family trees, language groups, and fields of knowledge.
How to make an organizational chart with Vizzlo?
This vizzard is an intuitive online organizational chart maker that, differently from a fixed template, adjusts its layout and boxes to your content automatically. Just follow these easy steps to design a beautiful organizational chart and map complex organizational structures:
- Click on the boxes to edit them.
- Use the “plus” buttons on the sides of each box to add further elements.
- Create separate boxes or multiple trees by adding elements on the first level of the hierarchy.
- Easily drag and drop entire branches and single boxes.
Pro tip: Take a look at the organizational chart examples to get inspired!
Organizational chart template: key features
- Vertical or horizontal hierarchy
- Name/job title and description
- Custom colors for single boxes
- Automatic colors for whole levels
- Optional multiple trees