SearchCIO.com has rounded up some free IT organizational structure chart templates from around the Web to provide enterprises with a framework for structuring their own IT staff and resources.
OFFERING: This Washington, D.C., university's Office of Information Technology offers up-to-date organizational structure charts for several of its IT functions, including IT customer services, enterprise systems, information security and technology operations, with detailed hierarchal breakdowns for each.
SOURCE: Georgia Institute
OFFERING: This thorough IT organization chart from the Atlanta, Ga., institute's Office of Information Technology is headed by both a CIO and a CTO who oversee such areas as architecture and infrastructure, enterprise information systems, information security and telecommunications. Each of these departments is headed by a director and broken down in detail.
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OFFERING: This discussion covers best practices in IT organization design, from a top-down to a more horizontal organization model. The PDF looks at IT department goals and missions, and how to draft an IT organizational chart that matches that visioning; the implementation plan and "lessons learned" information toward the end offer excellent takeaways.
SOURCE: Window on
OFFERING: This organizational chart outlines the structure of the Houston Independent School District technology department, which is overseen by a chief of staff, an assistant superintendent of technology and information systems, and directors of areas such as instructional technology, applications and technology-support services.
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This was first published in November 2012