Maxwell K. Hsu

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Information system (IS) personnel have exhibit high incidence of technical and managerial anchors. It has been proposed that IS personnel with technical anchors have difficultly moving into a more advanced career stage that requires a greater emphasis on managerial skills (e.g., leadership) and activities. Using the data from a survey of IS professionals,(More)
Turnover is a major concern of human resource (HR) managers working with information systems (IS) personnel. Aspects of career incentives, as perceived by the IS employees, are important in their decisions to leave or stay with the organization. We utilize a framework of various job anchors to examine how a sample of IS personnel regard incentives provided(More)
Charity fundraising organizers increasingly attempt to predict the donations to their causes to maximize the effectiveness of their expenditures and achieve their " social good " objectives. Much of the scholarly work in cause-related fundraising uses organization-specific demographic, geographic, psychographic and behavioral information about its donors to(More)
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