I agree some tool like Visio will be both commonly available and feature-rich. Adobe Illustrator will give you more precision in your graphic output, but I cannot speak to its automated charting capabilities, having not used them. There are also numerous org-chart-automation packages that tie into ERP software like PeopleSoft and SAP, and in the absence of an off-the-shelf package, a competent programmer should be able to create one for you in a fairly short period of time.
You might consider printing the chart on a plotter (or taping pages together) and hanging it on a wall rather than separating the chart into 30 separate pages; it will be easier to comprehend and compare the various parts of the whole if they are presented to the eye simultaneously.
While considering the choice of tool for designing the presentation of the information, you might also give some second thoughts to the need for an organizational chart at all. While there are many valid reasons for needing to diagram an entire organization (in recent months, pending workforce reductions have been a common impetus), many organizations discover that because of rapid changes in the organizational structure, charts rapidly become outdated. The org. chart, like most graphic displays, can only ever show things as they were, not as they are.
For some organizations, a solid hierarchy is important (the military; some universities; the church), but for others the ability to change rapidly to fit new situations (particularly during periods of rapid growth) is paramount, and an organizational chart may stifle that change.
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