There has been lots of conversations lately about generational shifts in communication methods. This presentation from Dr. Pete Markiewicz is very informative. The communication methods and approaches to work will become more evident as Millennials make their way deeper into the global workforce.
The Millennial Generation, technology and work
There are those that cross the generational boundaries of communication. As an example I would fall into what the presentation terms GenX but many of my communications modes are "Millennial". I am adapting, sometimes slower than my children would like, but I am adapting. There are those that have no interest or even understanding that they need to adapt. Not just adapt to survive, but adapt so that there is a cross generational polination of ideas and knowledge transfer.
Monday, August 4, 2008
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