Diagnosticing of styles of managing in conflict situations

Sofijanova, Elenica and Nikoloski, Krume and Krsteski, Goran (2018) Diagnosticing of styles of managing in conflict situations. International Journal Knowledge, 28.1. pp. 235-241. ISSN 1857-923X

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Abstract

Managers in organizations manage autocratic, building a democratic society. Absurd! Building a society means education for democracy, knowledge of managing the structure, but also with the immediate executives in the organization, staffing, resource management, conflict management. In general, it is oriented towards two options - to the execution of tasks and to building good interpersonal relationships in the organization. Both are oriented towards achieving organizational goals. In this way, a general classification in the management styles is made, which are divided into two directions: autocratic styles and democratic styles. The central focus in this paper are the management styles in which the organizational maturity is based and their dependence on the way of resolving the conflict situations that create a conflicting partnership. When one is practiced, and when the other one, on which situational variables depends on it? Both are desirable in certain situations. But in the absence of trust and respect among the human factor (according to certain research), it is managed by an "improperly wrong" style based on the power of the position in the hierarchical pyramid, which satisfies, first of all, its own interests to the detriment of the organizational. It is the source and cause of many conflict situations that create the wrong effects and disincentives of employees. Keywords: organizational structure, managerial styles, organizational maturity, conflict partnership, trust and respect

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Economics and business
Divisions: Faculty of Economics
Depositing User: Krume Nikoloski
Date Deposited: 07 Feb 2019 08:05
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2019 09:27
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/21531

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