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Functional Organization Chart for a Ship’s Store Division of an AD
.    To  provide  a  basis  for  planning  future development, expansion, or reorganization .    To  discover  organization  flaws  such  as confused lines of authority or duplication of  functions Structural Chart The  structural  chart  should  reflect  the  basic organizational components. You should keep the following  points  in  mind  in  deciding  how  to  ar- range the chart: l Simplicity. Arrange the major components along the same horizontal plane and arrange the subsidiary  components  in  a  vertical  plane  beneath the   major   components. .   Clarity.   The   lines   of   authority   that you   draw   between   the   components   should clearly   indicate   relationships.   Avoid   diagonal lines  or  crossing  of  lines  of  authority. l   Symmetry. Boxes   for   each   level   of components   should   be   the   same   size   and the  overall  chart  should  present  a  balanced appearance. . Unity. No branch, section, or unit can exist by  itself—it  must  be  related  to  some  other  unit either  by  a  connecting  line  of  authority  or  through other   components. Figure  3-1  illustrates  a  completed  struc- tural  organization  chart  for  the  ship’s  store (S-3)  division  on  a  destroyer  tender  (AD). Functional Chart The   functional   organization   chart   (or simply  the  functional  chart)  should  reflect the   same   arrangement   of   the   components   as that  shown  on  the  structural  chart.  However, for  a  large  complex  activity,  you  can  prepare one  chart  showing  the  major  components  and their  major  functions  and  then  prepare  sub- sidiary  charts  for  each  major  component  in- cluding  its  subsidiary  components  and  their functions. One of the principles governing the assignment of  functions  is  homogeneity  of  assignment.  This means  that  the  functions  of  an  organization should  be  grouped  by  similarity.  Some  specific Figure 3-1.—Structural organization chart for a ship’s store division of an AD. 3-3

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