Infographics: Relationship Charts for PowerPoint

Created: Friday, February 6, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Relationship as a term is very broad, and can represent how a hierarchy within an organization is structured, who reports to whom, and more. Do you want to show this structure within your slides, but don’t want to use rigid organization charts? Then you are on the right page, exploring something different called Relationship Charts! These Relationship Charts are already in place – you just need to change or add pictures of the people within your chart! You will quickly create relationship charts that are linked and intuitive!

Download and use these relationship charts in your slides.

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