Project organizational chart

Create a structure for the relationship of every individual carrying out a project.

Often, a team comes together to execute on a specific, finite project. A project organizational chart outlines the structure of people who are taking part. This helps the project manager allocate resources, communicate roles and responsibilities, and understand who is involved.

About the project organizational chart template

Who should you include in your project organizational chart?

You should include anyone in the core team working on the project, including:

  1. The project manager

  2. The project sponsor

  3. Anyone carrying out a task as part of the project

  4. Any stakeholders who are a major (not occasional) part of the project

What is project organization?

Project organization provides a structure for how to carry out a project, including roles and responsibilities, processes, technology, and workflow. The precise approach depends on a number of factors: project complexity, resources available, and the existing culture and processes of the larger organization.

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