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|Description:||x, 250 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Simplifying the picture. Destroying the four-generation myth ; The two-generation model ; Consolidating generational arguments (or let the stereotypes begin) --
Solving the problem. On the nature of loyalty and its effect on work ethic ; On the pace of career advancement (in any career) ; The tension between stasis and innovation ; Deciding how (or whether) to implement a change ; From then to us --
Key concepts and strategies. How to talk to someone significantly older or more experienced that you are ; How to talk to someone significantly younger or less experienced than you are --
How motivations change as we age --
Smmary of main points --
Summary of strategies.
|Other Titles:||Us versus them|
"The biggest challenge facing businesses today is generational differences. We either learn how to work with each other, or we can close the doors. Jeff Havens has nailed the problem, the challenges,