One of the tasks an administrative manager must do is diagram the administrative organization structure to help achieve results. The purpose of the diagram is to depict the relationship between and among members of the organization. It shows the flow of information lines of authority levels of responsibility and sometimes the levels of pay.
You recently accepted a consulting position to the Midland Company. They gave you a description of the administrative services division managers supervisors and employees. They want you to diagram its administrative services division organizational line structure using Microsoft PowerPoint or another downloadable software you find online.
Administrative Services Division Managers Supervisors and Employees:
The following unordered list describes the current administrative positions in the company.
Step 1- Perform a google search on organizational chart software. Choose one (don’t pay for it! There are lots of free ones–even PowerPoint has an option). Using the software create an organizational chart of your choice making sure all the positions listed above are included.
Step 2-Once you have finished your chart please provide a one paragraph narrative of the chart and paste the chart within the body of your memo with its own heading.
Assume your organization is moving to new offices on June 8. It is currently May 5 and you are responsible for coordinating the move. Due to the quick timeline you do not have a lot of time to make sure the move is smooth!
You will create an operational plan with a task list and timeline to ensure the move occurs on time.
Within the same memo from step one please create a table or chart including a task list and timeline for accomplishment of each task needed to complete by the move date. The task list should include at least 15 items. A short example might look like this:
Once you complete the operational planning task list and timeline write a short paragraph about it and include it in your memo.