The fact that individuals have different backgrounds, views of point, values, needs, personalities and other additional realities prevailing in an organizational environment made an organizations a place where conflict is common. Regardless of the quality of manager’s leadership or his or her style of management and regardless of how well planned the organizational structure is, conflicts will occasionally arise within an organization. In fact every organization undergoes a certain amount of internal conflict that must be recognized and dealt with in a positive fashion if the organization is to prosper. Otherwise, if the organization is tending to recognize all the conflicts encountered in a negative way, it will most likely lose some of the benefits that it can obtain. It may be said that it is the miss-management of conflict rather than conflict itself that causes real trouble in an organization. Management’s task is to recognize conflict whenever it occurs and manage it to secure the organization’s best advantage.