Research Working Group Leader
Diane Piktialis is a research working group leader at The Conference Board. She focuses on issues related to the aging and multigenerational workforce and cross-generational knowledge transfer.
Piktialis has 35 years of experience in product development and management. She was work-life product director and an expert on the aging workforce and corporate elder care at Ceridian Corporation. She is past director of policy and program development for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts and past assistant secretary for programs at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs. Piktialis is also past chair of the Business Forum on Aging of the American Society on Aging.
Piktialis has been a consultant to the Office of Technology Assessment and to the Veterans Administration. She has also been an officer in several professional associations and has sat on numerous boards of directors. She has been quoted frequently in the press and has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, and PBS’s Right on the Money, as well as on National Public Radio’s On Point.
Piktialis holds master’s and doctorate degrees in sociology from Boston University.
Publications by Diane PiktialisExecutive Action Report
Second Acts in Prime Time: Helping Employees Transition to Post-retirement Careers
29 October, 2014
It's Not Just Your Children's Facebook Anymore
20 May, 2011
A Perfect Match? How Nonprofits Are Tapping into the Boomer Talent Pool
06 August, 2009
Bridging the Gaps: How to Transfer Knowledge in Today's Multigenerational Workplace
15 July, 2008
Gray Skies, Silver Linings: How Companies Are Forecasting, Managing, and Recruiting a Mature Workforce
13 December, 2007