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Multi-division Enterprise Back Office Structure Euler 3 Divisions Shared Service Centers Among Providing IT, HR Support Diagram Usage Example
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Multi-division Enterprise Back Office Structure Euler

Slide Content

The slide titled "Multi-division Enterprise Back Office Structure Euler" visually represents the sharing of services among three company divisions with a focus on IT and HR support. "HR Shared Service" explains the joint human resource services provided by two divisions, such as recruitment, talent management, and reimbursement policies. The "IT Shared Service" section indicates the collaboration between Divisions A and B in offering information technology-related services. The diagram also suggests another shared service between Divisions B and C.

Graphical Look

  • A large title in bold, dark blue at the top of the slide.
  • A Venn diagram with three overlapping circles in different shades (blue, green, red) representing the Divisions A, B, and C.
  • Rectangular shapes with rounded corners on the left and right, containing descriptions for "HR Shared Service" and "IT Shared Service" in matching colors.
  • Icons representing groups of people and a laptop with code symbol, adjacent to the text boxes, indicating HR and IT services respectively.
  • Connecting lines with circles from the centers of the overlapping sections of the Venn diagram to the descriptive rectangles, implying shared services.

The slide has a balanced and clear visual composition predominantly using shapes and colors to depict the sharing of services among different divisions within an enterprise. The use of icons provides a quick reference to the nature of the shared services.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate the structure of shared services within a multi-divisional organization during executive meetings.
  • As part of a proposal to restructure a company’s back-office functions by introducing or enhancing shared services.
  • When training new employees to give them an overview of the company’s internal divisions and their interactions.
  • During an audit or review presentation to showcase the connectivity and efficiency between different enterprise divisions.

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