In this study, Matejko proposes the organization as a social phenomenon. The discrepancy between organizational demands and organization capacity leads to organizational stress. Because of the conflicting demands on available resources, organizations are, in reality, "tension-management" entities. There is the tendency in organizations to resist actions which do not serve their own purposes. This leads to a lack of commitment among organization members, slowing down of the socialization process, and undermining managerial effectiveness.