Karcioğlu, Fatih; Emeklı, Arif
March 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p317
Academic Journal
There are some knowledge in this search about concept of departmentalising, main departmentalising ways in managing, the concept of conflict, types of conflict, the existence of conflict between departments and management of conflict. An investigation had been done about the personnel from several departments of Police Academy and findings had been evaluated in this search. According to modern management approach; the existence of conflict is inevitable. In our century, it is undesirable if there is not any conflict in the organization. It is believed that the benefit functions of conflict are important for people and groups. Because, although it is thought that the conflict is harmful for managing, it is encouraged at optimal level. The conflict in a normal degree causes developments, changes and makes people learn many things.


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