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The “Chain of Command” in any organization is a highly structured hierarchy that allows for streamlined actions through the use of delegation of powers, and areas of operations.
So far in our guild, we have 5 official ranks in ESO:
Soldier — Entry level player
Sergeant — A junior grade officer
Captain — A Full Officer
Captain* — A Senior Officer (notated in the guild roster)
Commander — The GuildMaster
So, what is the chain of command, you ask?
This is a proper chain of command. Where you see lines are where communications should function.
This is a fubar chain of command:
When players, officers, sergeants, etc are jumping rank, ie, cutting out designated administrators to try and get to the “top” of the pyramid, or the “top” of the pyramid trying to administer players without giving designated administrators a chance to do their jobs causes decision, disorganization, and eventually, a collapse of leadership.
Always take issues up to the lowest level, and upper levels should always address issues from the top down.
- Chip Patton was here.
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