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Organization Hierarchy

Organization hierarchy refers to how people and tasks are grouped. For example, an organization may be structured in functional units such as accounting and marketing, with only one type of specialist working in each of these units. Or, an organization can be structured in product units. In this instance, specialists of all types are grouped together within one unit. An organization hierarchy can consist of units such as divisions and departments. A department can be part of a company or of a division.



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