by Jen KelchnerFeed
Originally published: April 13, 2017
Members of Generation Z operate openly by default. Are you ready to work with them?
Leaders and managers everywhere collectively groan with the thought of a new cohort to manage. Boomers and Gen Xers typically try to align the new kids on the block with Millennials—which would be a mistake. While Gen Z and Millennials have similarities, their motivators and influencers are vastly different. Each of the differences affects attraction, recruitment and retention of Gen Z talent.
Could open organizational models by the keys to seeing this generation excel in the workplace?
Let’s take a look.