[Dev][Quotation] Comparison of Motivators.

Comparison of Motivators for Programmer Analysts vs. Managers and the General Population.

Programmer Analysts Managers of Programmers Gerneral Population
1. Achievement 1. Responsibility 1. Achievement
2. Possibility for growth 2. Achievement 2. Recognition
3. Work itself 3. Work itself 3. Work itself
4. Personal life 4. Recognition 4. Responsibility
5. Technical-supervision opportunity 5. Possibility for growth 5. Advancement
6. Advancement 6. Interpersonal relations, subordinate 6. Salary
7. Interpersonal relations, peers 7. Interpersonal relations, peers 7. Possibility for growth
8. Recognition 8. Advancement 8. Interpersonal relations, subordinate
9. Salary 9. Salary 9. Status
10. Responsibility 10. Interpersonal relations, superior 10. Interpersonal relations, superior
11. Interpersonal relations, superior 11. Company policies and administration 11. Interpersonal relations, peers.
12. Job security 12. Job security 12. Technical-supervision opportunity
13. Interpersonal relations, subordinate 13. Technical-supervision opportunity 13. Company policies and administration
14. Company policies and administration 14. Status 14. Working conditions
15. Working conditions 15. Personal life 15. Personal life
16. Status 16. Working conditions 16. Job security

< Sources : Adapted from Software Engineering Economics (Boehm 1981) and “Who Is the DP Professional?” (Fitz-enz 1978).>

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