Twentieth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Savannah, 2014
Demands and resources of the work experience have been shown to be important antecedents to development of job burnout and exhaustion among individual workers, and a recent line of research has applied the demands-resources perspective to model pressures that can arise in group work. We conducted a study of the group task demands-resources model to extend testing from information technology (IT) student group settings—where the model was developed—to the context of group work among IT professionals. We find that most antecedents in the model are predictive of group work pressure or task performance satisfaction, however, several important differences emerged in findings between prior tests with IT students and the IT professionals we surveyed in this study.
Wilson, E., Sheetz, S., Djamasbi, S., & Webber, J. (2014). Testing the Group Task Demands-Resources Model among IT Professionals.
Twentieth Americas Conference on Information Systems