The importance of generational literacy

Bower, Cate; Fidler, Marybeth
January 1994
Association Management;Jan1994, Vol. 46 Issue 1, pL30
Discusses the importance of understanding the effect of gender and age differences among board members of associations. `Preboom' generation; `Baby boomers'; `Baby busters'; Decision making styles; Leadership qualities; Importance of bridging the generation gaps. INSET: Future implications of diversity..


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