Us recalls Sugey Torres, that organizational development has become the instrument par excellence for change in search of achieving greater organizational efficiency, essential in today’s world, characterized by intense competition at national and international level. This is how the organizational development seeks to achieve a planned change of the compliant organization first and foremost to the needs, requirements or demands of the Organization itself. Thus, attention can focus on the modalities of action of certain groups (and efficiency), in improving human relations, economic factors and costs (cost-benefit balance) in the relations between groups, in the development of human computers, driving (leadership) is to say, almost always about values, attitudes, relationships and organizational climate. In sum, about people rather than about the objectives, structure and organization techniques: the Organizational development essentially focuses on the human side of the enterprise. Its key action area is therefore one that has relationship with the institution’s human resources. The importance given to organizational development derived from the human resource is decisive for the success or failure of any organization. Accordingly their management is key to business and organizational success in general, starting with adapting the structure of the Organization (organization chart), following by an efficient driving of workgroups (teams and leadership) and developing human relationships that allow for preventing conflicts and resolve them quickly and in a timely manner when signs of hatching, the organizational development is an effort planned throughout the Organization and managed from senior managementto increase the effectiveness and well-being of the Organization, by means of interventions planned in the processes of the entity, which apply the knowledge of the science of behavior; and the organizational behavior is that give way to organizational culture, since these is the perception shared by all means of the organization from others. Organizational behavior is organized with the personality that are internal psychological characteristics that determine both how they reflect the way a person responds to its environment.