Power in organizations is sought to regulate and determine the consequences of interpersonal conflicts, define the future of various departments in the firm, individual security and promote development. Hence, the more an organization experiences conflicts or disorganization, the more the firm will feel the need for power and consequently seek it. Parallel to information, communication and technical competency, organizational power is correspondingly a management resource in its own right. The meaningful use and design of a firm's power is thus significant in organizational progress. Accordingly, legitimate organizational power is necessary in the operations of the most trivial activities of a firm as well as the management of an organization. Organizational power is thus the prerequisite for the growth and management of any organization if utilized for the appropriate purposes.