The Organizational objectives overview allows us to:
The report displays all objectives across all teams that are either in the planning or focusing stage.
The report takes Related objectives into account, indenting objectives that impact eachother under eachother. The top level objectives (after taking related objectives into account) are grouped by team.
The right column includes a team-navigation displaying which teams own how many objectives in the current view. By clicking on the team name, the objectives owned by that particular team light up.
Ideally, every active team objective is tied to a more high-level objective on the organizational level. You should therefore strive to have only the team representing the organization appear as a group in the left column.
If you have multiple team groups appear, it might be an indication that the impact of those objectives on higher level objectives are poorly understood, or worse yet, that the objective is not designed to impact a higher level objective (in which case it should probably be abandoned).