Autonomia e controle: uma análise a partir do trabalho de produção de software
Perin, João Pedro Ferreira
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Workers in the information technology industry who produce software, hardware, among other products arising from the technological revolution, which are situated in the debate on cognitive capitalism and immaterial labor, have an extremely intellectual and creative work. In the midst of a highly autonomous and flexible organizational model, they appear as professionals who have high demands in terms of cognition and engagement. In this sense, the present research sought to verify if and how autonomy is experienced and perceived by information workers who work in a software company. The research also aimed to discuss possible forms of control over their activities, resulting from a reconfigured and flexible capitalism. For this, we carried out a case study from a software development company located in the city of São Carlos-SP, which has a diversity of professionals in the information technology (IT) area. Semi-structured interviews were carried out with workers who perform different activities in the company.
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