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A Burnt Out IT Workforce: Diminishing Returns

A Burnt Out IT Workforce: Diminishing Returns

With stakes continually rising, maximizing the use of IT talent and resources can become so demanding, it becomes counter productive. Burnt out and struggling with grueling hours toiling over ever growing task lists, IT soldiers suffer from battle fatigue with negative results ranging from acute productivity loss to resignation resulting in loss to an organization of valuable system/business knowledge.

Contributors

    • N. Dean Meyer, Organizational Transformation Author and Coach, NDMA
    • Christina Maslach, Professor of Psychology, Vice Provost, University of California, Berkeley

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Contributors

N. Dean Meyer

N. Dean Meyer, Organizational Transformation Author and Coach, NDMA

Dean Meyer founded NDMA Inc. in 1982, to focus exclusively on organizational transformations. He has been a leader in applying market economics within companies to design their resource-management processes. A tool-kit he invented for tacti... More   View all posts
Christina Maslach

Christina Maslach, Professor of Psychology, Vice Provost, University of California, Berkeley

Christina Maslach is Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Professor of Psychology at the University of California at Berkeley. She has conducted research in a numberous areas in social and health psychology, however, she is best kno... More   View all posts
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