Organizational Charts Templates
Free Google Slides theme and PowerPoint template
Organizational Charts, also known as organigrams or organograms, present the ranks and relationships within a company or its structure. They typically have three to four levels.
In this template, there are many organizational charts with different styles and designs. Some of them show straight lines and some others include hand-drawn elements, for instance. Circles, rectangles and many other shapes appear in this template. Green, blue, yellow, red and gray are the main colors. About the icons, they are mainly related to business and avatars, although you can always change and edit them!
Features of these infographics
- Templates with many organizational charts
- 100% editable and easy to modify
- 30 different infographics to boost your presentations
- Include icons and Flaticon’s extension for further customization
- Designed to be used in Google Slides, Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote
- 16:9 widescreen format suitable for all types of screens
- Include information about how to edit and customize your infographics
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