The Effects of Information Technology: An Investigation of the Motivational Impact of Information Technology

March 15, 1994
The results of this research by Gary C. McMahan, Richard Woodman, and Patrick M. Wright support the notion that there are at least two distinct types of information technology that affect the motivational level of a task. Results also support the hypothesis that task discretion moderates the relationship between information technology and task motivation.

Please Sign In

This content is available only to members and requires a valid login. If you are already a member, please log in first, after which you will return to this post.

Register For Complimentary Premium Access

Register for complimentary premium access to our working papers, editorials and webinars. It takes under 30 seconds. .