|4.29 Elementary Method "Organizational Chart" (OGC)|
The "Organizational Chart" (OGC), also referred to as "Organizational Diagram" or "Organization Structure Plan", represents the macro and micro organizational structures in a graphical form (macro: company or large project, micro: team or small project). The representation comprises organizational units (jobs or positions) and their corresponding task, competence, and responsibility structures.
The organizational chart reflects the selected organization model; it is the task of the project management to select the suitable organization model for the individual projects.
Means of Representation
The various representation forms are, e. g.:
The vertical organizational chart (tree diagram) is the representation form used most often; organizational units are represented by rectangles, relationships are represented by connecting lines. Because of lacking space, the subtrees are often represented in a column form (list with indentations).
|4.1||PM1.1 - Setting up the Project||
The organization structure of the project has to be represented with the help of the organizational chart. The roles defined in the V-Model must be allocated to organizational units or to individual persons.
By applying the OGC, the requirements to the subproduct "Structure Organization" are met.
|4.1||SD1.8 - Generation of Software Maintenance and Modification Concept||The structure organization to realize the SWMM must be illustrated with the help of an organizational chart. By applying method OGC, the requirements to subproduct SWMM Concept.Organizational Structure are met.|
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