There are two basic modes of structuring out the content for your group, Organizational or Topical.

The Organizational mode would be similar to what you see in an organizational chart.  This is often used by colleges or other academic groups that have a clearly defined organizational hierarchy.  For example, you would have Information Services as the Site, Web and Mobile Services as the Parent Unit and Central Web Services as a Department.

Take a look at how a somewhat larger Organizational structure would look like in an outline.

  • Information Services (Site)
    • Academic Technology (Parent/Group)
      • Classroom Technology (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)
      • Media Development (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)
      • Media Engineering (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)
      • Student Multimedia Services (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)
      • Technology Across the Curriculum (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)
    • Web and Mobile Services (Parent/Group)
      • Central Web Services (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)
      • IS Communications (Department/Group)
        • About (Book Page)
        • Staff Directory (Book Page)

The Topical mode is based on something of a more categorical nature.  This is often used by institutes or service groups, where the audience might not know who provides what they're looking for, they just want to find information about the topic itself. 

Let's examine how a Topical structure would look like in an outline.  We'll use SeaGrant's topical structure as an example:

  • SeaGrant (Site)
    • About (Topic/Group)
      • A Brief History (Book Page)
      • Leadership & Advisors (Book Page)
      • Strategic Plan (Book Page)
      • Additional Partners (Book Page)
    • Research (Topic/Group)
      • Grant Opportunities (Book Page)
      • Current Research (Book Page)
      • Recent Research (Book Page)
    • Outreach & Engagement (Topic/Group)
      • Sea Grant Extension (Book Page)
      • Sea Grant Communications (Book Page)

What type of structure does your group use?  Following the examples provided above, create an outline of how you want your site to be structured out.