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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Features Of Staff Motivation In The Field Of Information Technology

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AUTHOR(S)

Lyudmyla Krupelnytska, Vsevolod Zelenin, Nataliia Ortikova, Viktoriia Sytnyk, Olga Emishyants

 

KEYWORDS

Motivation, information technology, personnel, corporate culture, system administrators.

 

ABSTRACT

A total of 120 respondents participated, of which 41 people were mid-level programmers, 27 respondents were high-level professionals (architects and project managers), and 52 persons were system administrators working in public organizations. In the study, OCAI methods, the methods of diagnosing the socio-psychological attitudes of the individual in the motivational and need-based field by О.F. Potemkina, the projective test "A man picking apples from a tree" were used. Differences in the value-motivational sphere of the individual, attitudes towards themselves, the company and its corporate culture among specialists in the field of information technology were found. Thus, middle-level programmers perceive corporate culture as bureaucratic and market-oriented, are motivated by the labor process, outcome, freedom, and the work itself. The world is perceived as a resource, one of the leading values is career growth. High-level programmers perceive the corporate culture of their IT companies as market and adhocratic, and are motivated to achieve results. The world is perceived as a resource, in need of technical transformation and a place for creative expression. System administrators are motivated by process, altruism and freedom, do not pay special attention to the features of corporate culture and perceive the world as a source of stability.

 

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