A hardware location organizational chart is a diagram that shows where the hardware is located within the organization. It can be used to show the hierarchy of different departments, and how they relate to each other in order for people to know who their boss or supervisor would be if there’s any questions about what needs to happen next.
A typical business will have an administrative department at the top (in charge of all paperwork), followed by accounting, then sales and marketing before moving on with customer service, technical support, facilities management and finally distribution. The first thing to know about hardware location organizational charts is that they should be in the form of an organization chart.
This means it will have a box for each department, with lines going from one box to another indicating who would report into whom (and their rank). It’s also important to note that this hierarchy can change significantly depending on what kind of business you’re running and whether or not there are different departments within those sectors as well. If your company has multiple offices around the world, then these locations may need to be included in your diagram so people know where all the regional managers fit in relation to headquarters – but it’ll require more than just adding boxes with names inside them.