organogram

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organogram

(ɔːˈɡænəʊˌɡræm)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) another word for organization chart
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Having once expected its Moncton location to produce 65,000 kilograms, OrganiGram now believes it's capable of 113,000 kilograms a year, once its expansion is complete in April 2020.
Organigram Holdings Incorporated (TSX VENTURE:OGI)(OTCQB:OGRMF), a licensed medical marijuana producer, has named Michel Robichaud as its new director of Edibles & Extraction commencing 30 January it was reported on Friday.
If the factory is well known, a top-down approach can be recommended to describe the present situation, for example, for the identification of defined sections by the consideration of the organigram and the plant layouts.
President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker may still be interviewing candidates for Commissioners, but the EU news and policy site EurActiv has seen a draft organigram http://png.
A The site has obtained a draft organigram from September 2, prepared by Juncker's team, which lists all 27 positions within the Commission and the nominees for them.
The new organigram has also contributed to the creation of special departments for ten TV channels and ten radio stations as well as a production directorate and a general directorate for foreign communication to convey the real image of Bahrain to the whole world.
This complex organigram included other roles, relating to the division of the town into sectors, each of which defined three figures with precise duties of care, education and protection of the virgins: the Governatrice, who had to obtain information on the "condition of life, customs and occupations taken (by the virgins) at home as well as outside"; the Maestra, who was in charge of "teaching the observance of the Rule"; and finally the Avvisatrice, who had the task of "visiting--sometimes without notice--the virgins, keeping information about their conduct and reporting to the Governatrici or Maestre" (pp.
Being under the Office of Knowledge Exchange may be positive, but ComDev no longer exists as such in the FAO organigram, and the term can only be found in the titles and terms of reference of the three officers in the Group.
A decision of a court in New Zealand, for example, once attributed responsibility for a plane crash to the organigram of a company, not to any individual; no individual person was held responsible for the crash, even for the design of the corporate structure.
The only remaining vacant positions for desk heads are the Middle East, US and Canada, Eastern Partnership and Russia (see link below for latest organigram, including details of staff hired to date).
Understanding and manipulating the real power organigram, can facilitate acceptance of a good deal and even ensure willing compliance, carefully managed.
Henry Mintzberg, a keen observer of organisational behaviour, created the organigram, a visual description of the key elements of an organisation (see diagram 2) in 1979.