issue of the organizational equipment, (2) prepare a letter for the one
time issue of forms and publications and forward it to the depot
responsible for issuing the publications to the unit, and (3) prepare
and forward the unit authorization list to the post commander who in
turn forwards the authorization list to the unit.
If you designed and prepared your flow chart well, you can follow it as
easily as the flow chart in figure 135.
e. Organizational Charts. Every organization needs a means for
and responsibilities. This portion of the lesson discusses how an
organizational chart does just that.
(1) Types of organizational charts. There are three basic types
(a) Structural (figure 137). As its name implies, this type
of organizational chart presents organizational planning by showing
control relationships and reporting responsibilities. This type of
chart uses the minimal amount of written information. You can use this
type of organizational chart to depict any size unit.
Figure 137. Structured organizational chart