Baby Boomers are lingering in the workplace. Economic uncertainty has caused many to remain on the job.
Until we see the inevitable changing of the guard over the next decade, the workplace will be inhabited by a multigenerational stew. Learning how to work, live and play together is crucial.
Baby Boomers occupy most positions of power and responsibility on organizational charts. Most of today’s corporate management practices still reflect the systems and values of their predecessors, the veterans.
Gen Xers and Millennials aren’t interested in “the way things have always been done.” Rather, they’re single-mindedly focused on what it takes to reach their perceived career destination.
This group shuns past definitions of success: climbing the company ladder and earning the rewards that come with greater responsibility. The company ladder, in their view, is irrelevant.
This article summarizes the four main ways generations differ at work, a must-read at any age.
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- Who Are the Generations?
- How Are They Different?
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- Clash Point #3: Meetings
- Clash Point #4: Learning
- Issues You Can’t Ignore
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