In the third decade of the 21st century, positions of power in major organizations will be held by people who graduated after the year 2000. Some of these will barely be aware of memories from the 20th century. Right now, key leaders of the next decade are already working in our organizations, climbing up the…

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  What makes a generation…a generation? by Stefanie Stanislawski M. @sstami8 in HRN.blog A lot has been said about Millennials in the workplace. Some people still believe this is a hype subject without a real impact on the company’s long term strategy. About 5 years ago I was in my living room with my dad,…

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  The Problem with Millennials? They’re Way Too Hard on Themselves, by Emerson Csorba @EmersonCsorba in HBR.com In a recent series of hundreds of interviews with twentysomething Millennials across the United Kingdom, I heard this over and over again. As one Millennial described the challenge, “We are a generation that is ruthlessly comparing ourselves with those…

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Over recent years more professionals have come out the organization than those who have joined in markets heavily affected by the economic downturn. For example, in Spain many of these professionals who have left the company (specifically 44%) are over 45 years old. Professionals with experience and knowledge of their profession and sector become in…

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The truth is that the internet is rife with many disparate studies and information referring to Generation Y, Echo Boomers or Millennials. A bit of background, people who belong to this group are the offspring of the Baby Boomers (50/60 years) who are currently around 18-33 years old, born between the 80s and early 90s….

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12 Things You’ll Never Hear a Successful Person Say at Work, by Travis Bradberry in Inc.com You can’t build a strong professional network if you don’t open up to your colleagues; but doing so is tricky, because revealing the wrong things can have a devastating effect on your career. Sharing the right aspects of yourself…

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We find four generations living side by side within companies

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Collaborative enviroments, digital talent, smart machines…

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