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  • n. Alternative spelling of organigram.


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  • An "organogram" detailing the intricate structusagarre of Mandelson's media machine discloses how he has hired Labour party "cronies" and former aides from the Brussels commission.

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  • This impacts corporate strategy, overhead costs and threatens the managerial structure and the 'organogram' of corporate organisation.

    The Buffalo Blog

  • The party said the complex organogram of the new NHS would leave managers, patients and doctors bewildered as to where responsibility lay.

    Labour ridicules David Cameron's NHS structure

  • Some change will be required in the near future, of course, but it seems likely that, a small change to the notepaper and a mildly prettier organogram is all that will be required.

    Policing and surveillance: The inspector calls | Editorial

  • The organisation was "top-heavy", with too many senior managers, functions duplicated, an imbalance in resources and no organogram in place.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Further work will need to be commissioned to HR practitioners to finalise the organogram of HQ, provincial and regional offices after the National Conference.


  • "Don't think tomorrow you will be accommodated in this organogram, not at all," he told a hundreds of members who were crammed into the cavernous city hall.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mbeki reiterated that the organogram he referred to in a televised address last week was part of documents in the possession of Heath.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It meant nothing that the organogram had apparently been compiled by investigative journalist Martin Welz.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Welz said that while the organogram did not prove anything, it could help investigators.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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