Definition of organigram in English:

organigram

Line breaks: or¦gani|gram
Pronunciation: /ɔːˈganɪgram
 
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(also organogram)

noun

another term for organization chart.
More example sentences
  • The problem has been aggravated by the planned implementation of a new organogram.
  • A new organogram provides for posts of three additional staff members but those have not yet been filled.
  • Mbeki reiterated the organogram he referred to in a televised address last week was part of documents in Heath's possession.

Origin

1960s: from organization + -gram1.

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