The Role of Organizational Development at reducing conflict and alienation adjusted job (studied in the faculty and Ghyrehyat Ministry of Science, Research and Technology).

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Faculty member / Payam Noor university

2 Expert Administration / Ministry of Science, Research and Technology


Today, the management and development of enterprises, is knowledge of the aims; They know that using their knowledge continuity in the management of human resources better and more effective aid and assistance And thus may be more effective to reduce and mitigate the destructive effects of the human resources to deal with the buckle. This study was the development impact of the reduction of conflicts and alienation adjustment career at the Ministry of Science and Technology carried out. The population of the research faculty and non-faculty, which are about 312 people; Cochran formula is used to determine the sample size which, combined with a greater number of questionnaires distributed a total of 200 questionnaires were analyzed; The results show that knowledge to reduce alienation and career development of organizational conflict in the ministry of science and technology.


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