As a CIO and CTO, what does your hard organizational structure look like?

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Group Chief Information Officer in Construction, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
Six different departments that work close to each other with head on the top of each one Operation and support, infrastructure, security, ERP, Development and innovation
CIO (CIO) in Consumer Goods, 501 - 1,000 employees
Direct reports each lead the following teams: Network Admin, Help Desk, Project Management, Enterprise Apps, Web Dev, Database Dev/Admin, Information Systems.

Senior Director, Information Technology in Software, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
7 teams with responsibilities for 1) Enterprise Business Applications, 2) Help Desk, 3) Systems Services, 4) Network Services, 5) Enterprise Security, 6) Enterprise Data Management, 7) Application/Tools development and 8) Enterprise Analytics.
CIO in Software, 501 - 1,000 employees
The CTO is really into product organization. I look at product management as the layer between the customer and the engineering organization. Product managers are going to specify what our feature requirements are. They're going to consider customer feedback. They're also going to consider what our competitor is doing, how the market is evolving, what price points we should pay in terms of one of our products or product features, what we think we should charge for those things, and how we can bundle different offerings together to make them more compatible. 

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