Definition: Hierarchical Structure [ˌhaɪˈrɑrkəkəl ˈstrʌkʧər] is a management structure that implies a vertical form of control, it is a pyramidal form of subordination, each level of which is subject to a higher level. Hierarchical systems include not only organizational structures but also other systems in which there is control of higher levels over lower ones. The most famous example of a hierarchical structure is the state. The head of state through a number of subordinate structures supervises public organizations of a lower level.
Hierarchical Structure In a Sentence:
The hierarchical organizational structure can not be considered better or worse than other types of organizational system.
The assessment of the quality of the organizational structure is based on its compliance with the goals and objectives of the company, the ability to effectively organize business and business processes.
Synonyms and related words: subordination, organization, structure