The family is the smallest familiar organization. There also misunderstandings and dissensions are often noticed. Individuals, because of their likes and dislikes, collide with one another and a friction takes place. It is but natural and totally unavoidable. This happens even in a family where the members are from the same consanguinity and nearest relations.
The disharmony in an organization where all the members are from absolutely different cultures, families and sometimes from different castes, colours, creeds and even religions and countries can well be imagined. Under the circumstances, all the constituents have to take care to see that a conflict is avoided. If it takes place, they must see that it is not aggravated and is resolved immediately. It may be a trifling friction, but precaution has to be taken to see that no storm comes out of it. All the members have to be watchful to maintain the health of the organization by a frictionless atmosphere. They should beware of dissensions and should be on the guard to see that no cliques are formed on account of insignificant doubts or grievances.