Organizational hierarchy is a form of organization structure that involves a vertical ranking system. In order to achieve the coordination of members, organizations create a hierarchical structure, right at the top of which is one, or a small group, of elements that are responsible for integrating the whole system. Below this is a small set of positions responsible for managing and integrating the primary domains of the organization and further down more people are responsible for more specialized areas and so on until we get to the front lines of the organization. Each level is responsible for the management and integration of the different set of functions beneath it and is accountable to the level above it. In this way, the organization can be coordinated from one centralized position and all components can be controlled through a direct line of command