As organizations seek to optimize the work environment and policies for multi-generational workforces, it’s important to explore whether generational differences are actually relevant.
In the first of three eBooks focusing on the behaviors and attitudes of Gen X, Gen Y and Gen Z, Brave New Workplace, explores how these three generations are reshaping the nature of work and workplace culture. New research from Universum, INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute, The HEAD Foundation and MIT Leadership Center questions these generalizations.
Are younger generations truly so different? Or is it possible that as they age and gain experience at work, they begin to behave a lot like their older peers?