Tag Archive: Z Gen Managing

Apr 11

Three future workplace trends that are challenging HR as we know it – SmartCompany

  Our children will have very different careers than us or our parents before us. Workplaces are evolving faster than ever before and this is challenging the way we manage and lead our people. At wattsnext we have a very keen interest in the future of work and I regularly travel to the US to …

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Apr 09

Generation Z has a secret we need to learn – Louie La Vella – Author | Speaker | Marketing Executive

I just got back from South Beach, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada.  It has been a very busy month, but it was fantastic going around to all of the music and bar conferences.  I got to speak, I got to be on different panels, and I got to share a lot of great insights and …

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Apr 09

Do it yourself or do it together?

A knowledge-sharing attitude is at the core of innovation. It’s been acknowledged by firms already with the boom of open innovation in the past few years, as well as open software and standards. The idea is that firms cannot afford to rely entirely on their own research and knowledge anymore, the boundaries between a firm …

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Apr 09

New Labs Seek to Put Science on Display

As the workforce generation changes, so too must teaching methods and learning spaces in order to better recruit and retain STEM students.  Projections released by the U.S. Department of Education paint a bright future for jobs in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. As populations grow, natural resources diminish, disease prevention and treatment …

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Apr 07

How Gen Z Will Change the Workplace

The topic of Millennials in the workplace has exploded over the last few years, especially since this generation now represents the largest part of the American workforce. However, with all of this focus on Millennials, many people have forgotten to pay attention to the next generation that believe it or not, is now making their …

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Apr 07

Salary and security are most important to Generation Z, says The Forum – Kingsley Hamilton Group

For the last several years’ employers have been sharpening their recruiting skills, targeting and adapting to the demands of the Millennials.  Every employer constantly searches for the best ways to attract and hire some of the best young talent out there.  However successful their efforts are, by now many employers have a system in place …

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Apr 04

The Jakarta Post – Always Bold, Always Independent

Get ready for some fresh faces in the office. Whether they’ve just graduated from college or are still working toward their high school diplomas, Generation Z, the second wave of the millennials, is preparing to launch their careers. By 2020, these professionals will make up more than 20 percent of the workforce, and employers can …

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Apr 03

Preparing the workplace for Gen Z – REMI Network

If organizations want to be ready when Generation Z enters the workforce five years from now, it’s time to start designing with this next demographic cohort in mind, says Kay Sargent, director of workplace strategy at Lend Lease. Sargent, speaking in an AgilQuest webinar, recommended a return to design basics as members of this cohort, the …

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Mar 31

The Rise of Gen Z – Will Pursuing Passions Cause a Skills Shortage? – The Fircroft Blog

Love what you do and do what you love are words we see so frequently, from memes on social media to slogan branded coffee mugs and notepads. Phrases like “find a job you love and you will never work a day in your life” are commonplace, promoting a drive of a career for love over …

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Mar 31

Understanding Generation Z’s Expectations of the Working World

The new workforce generation, known as Generation Z, will bring a wealth of emerging talent to organisations across the UK. While it’s too early to know exactly how these digital natives, born from 1995 onwards, will want to work, it’s not too early to start understanding more about their expectations. Analysts at Goldman Sachs believe …

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