The UGA Student Affairs leadership team organizational chart.
University of Georgia Student Affairs is dynamic, organic and agile - one team, committed to greatness. Staff aren't isolated in blocks and columns and silos, but rather interconnected with many others throughout the organziation. We realize that our org chart is a direct expression of how we want to be seen as an organization. Traditional org charts employ a blocky, top-down, rigid structure that denotes a strong hierarchy of authority and bureaucracy. So we asked ourselves, "Is that what UGA Student Affairs is? Rigid and bureaucratic?" We think not, so we decided to take a different approach. The relationship isn't top-down, but back and forth. Each staffer supports the others, working toward the same mission: making the learning environment the best it can be.
We've received a lot of compliments on this visualization, and requests to copy the design. We're humbled and thrilled that our peers like the approach! You are certainly welcome to employ this visualization for your organization. There’s no need to provide explicit credit on the documents themselves, but we might ask that you note the original source of the visualization in your records somehow, so that if asked by other peers, you may share that University of Georgia Student Affairs had the neat idea.
If you'd like to see examples of some of our departmental org charts click here to view the UGA Staff directory. Filtering by a department will give you the option of downloading the department's org chart.
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University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Assistant to the Vice President for Communications, Data, and Technology