First Conflict Management Organizational Management

Hope is the dream of a waking man Aristotle considerations, relevance, Venezuelan case concerned how some managers, especially those in charge of SMEs, do not adequately face the problem of organizational conflict in the present, thus causing serious problems in the operation, achievements of the company, specifically in organizational behavior, presenting a not favorable, more in a turbulent scenario for years facing the country, especially given its political instability and other factors that involve technology, new openings, competitive, economy. This situation can definitely not ignored, often irreversible damage that can lead the company towards reaching its goals, mission, therefore, seek solutions that lead to management to face the fact with tools, knowledge, allowing the passage of achievements to ensure a better performance of the current organizational behavior facing the Venezuelan company. In all organization know conflict is inevitable and has much impact on the organizational climate of the company and of course, depending on how management will be handled, the results as has happened to many SMEs in the region, can be disastrous or lead to the organization to its efficiency is expected. Hence, our insistence through these articles, of our own professor of organizational behavior Graduate Management Program quality and productivity of Faces, University of Carabobo, that management, the administration let the conflict constitutes an essential part work and a genuine leadership style he favors. Venezuelan reality that Venezuela’s current scenario presented in their enterprises, especially SMEs, which constitute a significant number of its business sector, is very turbulent, tangled conflicts in the political, economic, social, cultural and business, which as noted above, can not be passed by unnoticed since it would increase them, becoming a veritable attack on the existence and harmonious environment required, where he successfully expresses its authenticity, and genuine self-assertiveness that Venezuelans we deserve, as noted by the participant Orally Silva.