The success of the agile development model begs the question: why can't we apply the same approach to the way we develop people?
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On behalf of Millennials who earned their stripes in the recession, I've put together a list of what Gen Y really needs to know about taking the first steps down the career path.
Almost every generation thinks that the generation after it is spoiled, lazy, and unappreciative. But there are many more who want to work hard, learn a lot, and earn their promotions. The trick is being able to tell the difference.
Everyone comes to a moment in his or her life when they realize they are no longer ‘cool.’ So what happens when we’re managing people who seem to come from an entirely different planet? Here are a couple of ways to relate to your junior employee without being someone’s embarrassing drunk uncle.
I’m a millennial. Some may think this is my personal dramatic interpretation of how special my generation is, but in reality this has been a major discussion the past few years. If you think Gen Y is a handful, this is just a preview of what is yet to come. The concept of a generation [...]
By 2025, the Millennial generation will make up 75% of our workforce. But their impact on the way we work — and how we think about work — is already being felt. So what does this mean for the way we need to think about aligning, engaging, and motivating our people? This infographic explores how [...]