by Midd Carmack, Senior Product Manager
This is a unique time in history for the business world. Many baby boomers are still active and not ready for retirement. Gen Xers are in the prime of their careers and eager to climb the corporate ladder but are also struggling with the demands of raising families. Millennials are redefining what it means to “go to work.” Each of these three generations has very different views on how to leverage technology to get the job done. For IT leaders, that can lead to challenges as you try to implement applications and strategies across all three generations.
80% of Fortune 500 executives find that effective communication across generations is a challenging issue.
With a generation gap of nearly 50 years, a broad range of perspectives, needs, and motivators in the 2017 workforce has emerged. This makes it imperative to consider how a multi-generational workforce perceives technology, and how technology can be used to communicate, collaborate, and improve productivity. Continue reading