Applying Maslow′s hierarchy of needs, suggests most information systems professionals have unfulfilled needs only at higher levels of the hierarchy. The exact level of the hierarchy will vary from person to person with differences between supervisors and their staff. Proposes that training can fulfil information systems′ personnel needs at several levels.
International Journal of Career Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1995
Keywords: Career development; Employee attitudes; Information systems; Job satisfaction; Job security; Personal needs; Professionalism; Staff turnover; Training