The Mediating Role of Workaround Behavior and the Shadow IT Usage in the Relationship between Job Characteristics and Individual Performance Outros Idiomas

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Esta pesquisa teve por objetivo avaliar os efeitos do comportamento workaround e do uso da shadow IT como variáveis mediadoras da relação entre as características do trabalho e o desempenho individual. Para atingir o objetivo foi realizada uma survey com 415 usuários de TI. A análise de dados foi realizada nos softwares SPSS e SmartPLS e os principais resultados indicam que o efeito das características do trabalho no desempenho individual é explicado pelas variáveis mediadoras comportamento workaround e uso da shadow IT. Ademais foi comprovado que a variável independente características do trabalho impacta no comportamento workaround e no uso da shadow IT. Com relação a análise do desempenho individual, tanto o comportamento workaround quanto o uso da shadow IT apresentam-se positivamente relacionados com o desempenho individual. Como contribuições teóricas este estudo apresenta informações acerca do comportamento workaround que vem sendo pouco explorado nas pesquisas brasileiras. Além disso, identifica-se a ausência de pesquisas que tenham avaliado como as características do trabalho influenciam as práticas alternativas de trabalho.
Citação ABNT:
PINTO, A. V.; MAÇADA, A. C. G. The Mediating Role of Workaround Behavior and the Shadow IT Usage in the Relationship between Job Characteristics and Individual Performance . Revista de Negócios, v. 25, n. 1, p. 24-37, 2020.
Citação APA:
Pinto, A. V., & Maçada, A. C. G. (2020). The Mediating Role of Workaround Behavior and the Shadow IT Usage in the Relationship between Job Characteristics and Individual Performance . Revista de Negócios, 25(1), 24-37.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.7867/1980-4431.2020v25n1p24-37
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