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Object documentation Organizational Structure 

Definition

Representation of the reporting structure and the distribution of tasks using organizational units (departments, for example) in an enterprise.

Use

If you want to use Organizational Management and want to create an

organizational plan , you must create the basic parts of an organizational structure.

 

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Depending on how you want to use Organizational Management, you must decide which units you want to include in your organizational structure. For a rough depiction, you can restrict the structure to the main departments. For a more detailed depiction, you can also include subsections and work groups, for example.

According to this organizational structure, you can execute evaluations data, or , in Workflow, you can search for the agent of a task.

You carry out assignments and restrictions in the representation of an organizational structure. For more information, see

Working with Screen Areas.

See also:

Editing the Organizational Structure

Structure

An organizational structure is made up of

organizational units , which represent the departments, work groups etc. in your enterprise.

Integration

For each organizational unit which is an element of an organizational structure, you can create and edit

staff assignments .