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- n. An organization chart.
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The organigramme of production and responsibility must be carefully drawn up and reassessed.
The Bureau also adopted a new organigramme for the institution that cuts the bloated number of appointed officials to size.
The Post learnt that even though the 2006 organigramme was adopted, it has never gone operational as only that of 1995 was still applicable.
MPs who attended the meeting also proposed a presentation of the organigramme on a flow chart so that at a glance, one should have a clear picture of the various positions.
Contrary to the organigramme proposed in 2006 that has 268 appointed officials, the new organigramme maintains 164 posts.
This approach, which is explicated in one of the film's most riveting scenes, resulted in what the Francophile British historian Alistair Horne, in his masterpiece on the conflict, A Savage War of Peace, called a "complex organigramme [that] began to take shape on a large blackboard, a kind of skeleton pyramid in which, as each fresh piece of information came from the interrogation centres, another [terrorist] name (and not always necessarily the right name) would be entered."
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