Motivating and Managing Computer Personnel

Motivating and Managing Computer Personnel

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Motivating and Managing Computer Personnel The first book that shows how to increase human productivity in the computer industry Based on the first rigorous national study of computer industry personnel, Motivating and Managing Computer Personnel is a truly groundbreaking book. It is the first book to examine in-depth the personnel problems unique to the computer industry and make specific recommendations on how managers can manage more effectively. Motivating and Managing Computer Personnel shows managers: how to identify the unique factors in their own work situations (based on national norms) how to match personnel needs to organizational goals how to motivate employees effectively and realistically how to identify potential trouble areas in personnel four supervisory styles for the computer manager--what they are, how they work, and when to apply them how to put meaning back into computer work For every job category in the computer field--from data entry and computer operators to programmers and analysts to high-level management personnel, Motivating and Managing Computer Personnel is the first significant attempt to break the impersonal mystique of working in the computer industry. As such, it is an absolute must for managers (and would-be managers) who want to increase the productivity--and happiness--of their employees.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1980
ISBN: 9780471084853
Characteristics: xv, 213 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Zawacki, Robert A.


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