5th Generation on the Horizon

Schlichtemeier-Nutzman, Sue; Bisson-Best, Sally
May 2013
Facts & Findings;May/Jun2013, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p19
Trade Publication
The article discusses the relevance of generational diversity in workplace, according the data given by American Bar Association. It says that people who were born from 1925 to 1945 (WWII), 1965 to 1981 (Generation X), and 1995 to 2013 (Generation Z) were hardheaded in decision making and in communication strategies. It states that generations has different perspectives in technology. Moreover, baby boomers are more intelligent with regards to leadership abilities.


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