An Investigation of the Relationship Between Managerial Personality Type and Computer Use

An Investigation of the Relationship Between Managerial Personality Type and Computer Use

Charles H. Mawhinney (Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA) and Albert L. Lederer (University of Kentucky, USA)
Copyright: © 1996 |Pages: 9
DOI: 10.4018/joeuc.1996010101
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Abstract

The direct use of computers by managers is bringing about one of the most dramatic changes in managerial work style that has ever been seen. This paper describes some of the results of a study of nearly one hundred fifty managers. It explores the interaction between managerial personality type according to the Jungian typology and computer use time. Significant results were found that indicate (contrary to expectations): 1) Feeling types spend more time using computers than do Thinking types, and 2) Intuitive types may also spend more time using computers than do Sensing types.

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