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Author:
Eugene Kaluzniacky
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978-1591401988
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1591401984
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Information Science Publishing (July 1, 2003)
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Systems Work: An Orientation to Emotional Intelligence Eugene Kaluzniacky received his . c

Managing Psychological Factors in Information Systems Work: An Orientation to Emotional Intelligence. There have arisen, in various settings, unmistakable calls for involvement of psychological factors in IT work, notably in development and deployment of information systems. Eugene Kaluzniacky received his . c. in Computer Science, Management Science from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada. Currently he is an Instructor in the Department of Applied Computer Science and Administrative Studies at the University of Winnipeg in Canada.

Eugene Kaluzniacky's book explains why personality types, cognitive and creativity styles, and emotional intelligence do have an impact on IT workers, teams and corporate bottom lines

Eugene Kaluzniacky's book explains why personality types, cognitive and creativity styles, and emotional intelligence do have an impact on IT workers, teams and corporate bottom lines.

To the memory of Maurice Senkiw. connected human person is presented with a vision towards experiencing IT/IS work from a deeper and more empowered inner awareness. Managing Psychological Factors in Information Systems Work: An Orientation to Emotional Intelligence. The aim was to choose psychological factors that would provide relevance, complementarity and balance.

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Eugene Kaluzniacky's new book, Managing Psychological Factors in Information Systems Work', presents IM/IT . in Computer Science/Management Science from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada

Eugene Kaluzniacky's new book, Managing Psychological Factors in Information Systems Work', presents IM/IT workers with both an orientation to "emotional intelligence" and a helpful agenda for the stressed employee to achieve deep, "personal re-engineering". Kaluzniacky also warns of an imminent "burnout epidemic" which the IM/IT profession may be facing. in Computer Science/Management Science from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada.

Kaluzniacky, Eugene (2004). Idea Group Inc (IGI). ISBN 978-1-59140-198-8.

psychological factors in IT work, notably in development and deployment of information systems

There have arisen, in various settings, unmistakable calls for involvement of psychological factors in IT work, notably in development and deployment of information systems.

Managing Psychological Factors in Information Systems Work: An Orientation to Emotional Intelligence Eugene Kaluzniacky University of Winnipeg.

There have arisen, in various settings, unmistakable calls for involvement of psychological factors in IT work, notably in development and deployment of information systems. Managing Psychological Factors in Information Systems Work: An Orientation to Emotional Intelligence pulls together areas of existing involvement, to suggest yet new areas and to present an initial, and coherent vision and framework for, essentially, extending and humanizing the sphere of IT work. It may be indeed noteworthy that, while the Industrial Revolution may have moved the human person into intellectual predominance, the IT Revolution, with its recent calls for addressing and involving the whole person, may indeed be initiating a re-centering of the human being in his/her essential core, giving rise to new consciousness, new vision and new, empowering experiences.
  • Emotional intelligence is no longer a new concept but systematic research of its impact on IT work has just started. Eugene Kaluzniacky's book explains why personality types, cognitive and creativity styles, and emotional intelligence do have an impact on IT workers, teams and corporate bottom lines. The author presents the concepts and how they influence specific IT tasks; backed by solid research, he offers insights and solutions to problems any IT worker or manager can relate to. The book is a tremendous asset for the maturing IT profession and for any serious practitioner in the field. I have directly benefitted from the insights this book equipped me with: I was able to validate some of the professional decisions and moves I did (or did not do) in the 20+ years spent in IT; I acquired a new angle to help me orient my development from now on - within and outside the professional arena. The concept of "inner deeper self" is very engaging although not very easy to grasp; probably a little ahead of its time. Despite the density and the academic rigour of the text, I had fun too reading this book; and for the very same reasons this is one book to come back to!

  • Excellent book and this text can be your key to success and fulfillment in your IT career. Timely message on comprehensive psychological awareness in IT --can help you build, or help other people to build successful professional and personal lives. It is a recommended textbook for Project Management practitioners as well.