Answered By: Shikha Sharma Last Updated: Dec 08, 2016 Views: 121
MIT does not subscribe to any sources of organizational charts.
Companies tend to guard their organizational structures closely and typically do not publish them. Organizational charts sold on the web or published in books are frequently outdated or misleading.
In some cases, it is possible to piece together a picture of a company's organization using various resources such as:
- using the company's website to follow press releases that announce new personnel or changes in key positions.
- CogMap, an organization chart wiki
- searching news databases such as Factiva or LexisNexis to find articles about new officers and personnel or changes in positions.
- looking up a company in a directory such as Capital IQ to identify the key positions in the company.
- looking up a company's annual report or 10K filing to identify major corporate segments or operational units.
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