Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace (2013)

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Knowledge about generations doesn't give you all the answers, but it does help you have more effective conversations.

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Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace (2013)

  1. 1. Managing theMulti-GenerationalWorkplace
  2. 2. 1. is this real?2. what do I need to know?3. how does this help me?
  3. 3. who’s in the room?
  4. 4. silent generation
  5. 5. Baby boomers
  6. 6. generation x
  7. 7. ?millennials
  8. 8. silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials1. is this real?
  9. 9. silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennialsHYPE
  10. 10. theorylife stagesvaluessocial moments
  11. 11. youthrising adultmidlife adultelderlife stages
  12. 12. values
  13. 13. social moments
  14. 14. silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials1925-42(71–88)1943-60(53–70)1961-81(32–52)1982-2005(8–31)
  15. 15. the baby boomSource: U.S. Census data, reported at www.bbhq.com
  16. 16. silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials1925-42(71–88)1943-60(53–70)1961-81(32–52)1982-2005(8–31)2. what do I need toknow?
  17. 17. context:volatile and insecurecharacteristics:command and controlassets/liabilities:hard work / hate changesilent generation: born 1925 to 1942
  18. 18. baby boomers: born 1943 to 1960context:idealistic revolutioncharacteristics:hard work, group focusassets/liabilities:team players/hate conflict
  19. 19. generation x: born 1961 to 1981context:broken promisescharacteristics:independent, “showme”assets/liabilities:adaptable / cynical
  20. 20. the internetabundancediversitychild-focusedmillennials: born 1982 to 2005
  21. 21. social internet
  22. 22. abundance
  23. 23. video games
  24. 24. diversity
  25. 25. child-focused
  26. 26. perspective on timeeducationworkleisuresilent generationbaby boomers
  27. 27. educationworkleisuremillennialsperspective on time
  28. 28. Silent: favor command and control, security,delayed rewardBoomer: idealistic, group/team focused,hard work for the cause, self-fulfillmentGen X: independent, less stock in title orposition, work-life balanceMillennial: do it ourselves, no waiting,networked, “lines” (offline/online) blurredHow do these show up?
  29. 29. silentgenerationbabyboomersgenerationxmillennials3. how does this help
  30. 30. products and servicessystems and processesconflict
  31. 31. probability0never always1
  32. 32. leadership
  33. 33. leadershipthe internetabundancediversitychild-focused
  34. 34. leadership
  35. 35. leadership
  36. 36. babyboomersgeneration x millennials
  37. 37. babyboomersgeneration x millennials
  38. 38. 1. is this real?2. what do I need to know?3. how does this help me?
  39. 39. www.jamienotter.comjamienotter@gmail.com
  40. 40. image creditssilenthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/62337512@N00/1764887950generation xhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/baia/5086308799/in/photostream/diversity:http://www.flickr.com/photos/27897673@N03/4169399143

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