Redshirts in the United States are required to memorize the GW-NA management structure from their store manager up through Ernie Baker.
That is currently five levels of management; hobby center manager, district manager, regional manager, retail ops manager, GW-NA manager.
So let's take Games Workshop Springfield Plaza as an example; the hobby center manager, Bing Lee, reports to the district manager, Mark Bolger, who reports to the regional manager, Kyle Miller, who reports to the retail operations manager, Ed Spettigue, who reports to the director of Games Workshop's North American subsidiary, Ernie Baker, who in turn reports to the larger Games Workshop corporate structure, referred to as 'the group' in internal company training material.
Can you spot the redundant levels of bureaucracy in this equation? And that doesn't even account for the home office bureaucratic bloat, which makes Games Workshop North America look like a paradigm of managerial efficiency.