Tag Archive: Z Gen Managing

Mar 30

Gen Z: High Tech/High Touch – i4cp

John Naisbitt first developed the concept of high tech, high touch in his 1982 New York Times bestseller, “Megatrends.” He theorized that in a world of technology, people long for personal, human contact. Since then, however, we have seen the proliferation of technology and instant connectivity with anyone around the world. But, technology has increasingly …

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Mar 26

3 Things Employers Should Know About Generation Z and Technology | ITA Group

As mentioned in part one and part two of this series, today’s workplaces are made up of five generations: Traditionalists, born between 1930–1945 Baby boomers, born between 1946–1964 Generation X, born between 1965–1980 Millennials, born between 1981–1997 Generation Z, born after 1997 It goes without saying that there has been a seismic technological shift since the traditionalists …

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Mar 26

63% view generation Z as most likely to disrupt the workforce | Employee Benefits

By Louise Fordham 22nd March 2016 5:07 pm Almost two-thirds (63%) of employer respondents believe generation Z will disrupt the workforce more than any other generation, according to research by Capita Resourcing. Its Generation Z – HR leaders’ agents of change research, based on a survey of 1,015 employees aged 16-20 and 106 senior HR …

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Mar 16

Enough about Millennials, Let’s Talk Gen Z – Allison+Partners Blog

Over the past few months there’s been increasing media focus on Gen Z, and sessions on this yet to be fully understood generation are starting to pop up on the conference circuit, including one I attended at this week’s SXSW festival. Having spent the better part of the last decade targeting Millennials on behalf of …

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