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Custom Org Charts
Intellerati offers custom org charts that we create from scratch for our clients. Clients use org charts to study their competitors and other companies of interest. They do it to uncover top talent to recruit. They do it to discover marketing prospects and sales leads. They do it to inform business strategy, organizational design, and management consulting engagements. They do it to make themselves smarter.
Custom Org Charts for Competitive Advantage
Org charts are powerful things. They show you how a company is structured, where the talent is located, and more. Over time, they show you shifts in strategy — what teams or product groups a company is winding down and standing up.
Custom Org Charts are an executive mapping and talent mapping service that we offer in support of corporate executive recruiting and other business needs. We also offer Online Org Charts of high-interest companies.
Organizational mapping — also known as executive mapping and talent mapping — produces company intelligence in the form of org charts. Company org charts give companies insight into how their competitors are organized. They show you precisely where the talent lies.
Candidate Sourcing Best Practice
Organizational charts are a candidate sourcing “best practice”. We develop reporting relationship intelligence and piece together org charts to understand where executive talent is seated at a company, the scope of his or her responsibilities, and how that person fits into the overall organization.
Org charts make it easy to visualize the talent available at target companies.
More important, without mapping the reporting relationships, there is no way to determine how complete your sourcing is. Building out org charts is the only way to spot holes in the information and to take steps to plug those gaps. Org charts help uncover less obvious talent that would have been missed by traditional candidate sourcing methods.
To learn more about how to obtain org charts of other companies, see The Definitive Guide to Org Charts.