When Gen-X is in Charge: How to Harness the Younger Leadership Style
- Harnessing younger leadership styles. Houlihan, Anne // Kids Today;Mar2008, p20
The article focuses on the factors for companies to consider in harnessing the natural leadership style of Generation X (Gen-Xers,) as Baby Boomers exit the workforce. Gen-Xers need mentoring on how to most effectively lead before they actually assume the leadership roles. Their knowledge and...
- What's Driving Leadership Today? // Leading into the Future: A Global Study of Leadership 2005-2015;2005, p5
The article presents a survey on that highlights some of the most important ideas arising from the scanning of leadership environment at present. It has found that the top factor that drives challenges of leadership is the increased global competition. Meanwhile, a severe shortage of qualified...
- Baby boomers. Haynes, Laura // Brand Strategy;Feb2004, Issue 179, p31
Discusses the leadership qualities of the baby boom generation. Account of the difference made by the generation in the nineteen sixties and seventies; Influence of the generation on politics, finance, and business; Themes which resonate through the group's lifestyle and purchase decisions.
- How Should Today's Leaders Behave? NELSON, PRIS; COHEN, ED // Chief Learning Officer;Oct2015, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p40
The article discusses research which focused on behaviors, traits, and success of organizational leaders. Topics explored include a comparison between the leadership capabilities of leaders belonging to the Generation X, baby boom, and millennial generations, the impact of cultural differences...
- Analyzing Generational Values Among Managers and Non-Managers for Sustainable Organizational Effectiveness. Murphy Jr., Edward F.; Gibson, Jane Whitney; Greenwood, Regina A. // SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Winter2010, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p33
The article focuses on the study which examines the value differences between managers and non-managers in general by the generations including the Baby Boomers, Generation Y and Generation X in order to alleviate sustainable effectiveness in the multi-generational workplace. The study found the...
- Generational management in corporate America: The differences and challenges in management of four generations of working adults. Cates, Steven V. // Chinese Business Review;Aug2010, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p46
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- SLC 2015: 5 Steps to Overcoming the Baby Boomer Brain Drain. Hessman, Travis // EHS Today Exclusive Insight;11/4/2015, p1
The article offers suggestions of Steve Ludwig, programs manager at industrial automation provider Rockwell Automation, on preparing for surging mass of retirement of workers of baby boom generation including improving skills of young workers, supplemental expertise and mobile information access.
- Leveraging Generational Differences for Sustainability Success. HONEYWELL, JULIE; PEASE, BRAD // Environmental Design & Construction;Sep2014, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p22
The article discusses the need for companies to understand what motivates Millennials, Generation X and Baby Boomers to best engage them concerning sustainability. It states that Baby Boomers are anxious to leave a lasting legacy if only their companies will tap into their love of the...
- Letter to the editor. Sinclair, Cameron // Insight: Non-Destructive Testing & Condition Monitoring;Mar2013 Supplement, p2
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Leading future leaders," by Bernard McGrath in the February 2013 issue.