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29 October, 2018 | (01 hr)

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By 2025, 75 percent of the workforce will be today's millennials, a generation reared on technology and interactive work styles. The Conference Board has conducted research into areas of divergence and common ground among generational cohorts that has confirmed our hypothesis: differences are attributable to life stage rather than inherent generational differences. However, one theme is clear: with the evolution of technology, millennials have adapted to learn in a different manner. With the disruptive nature of the Future of Work, the ability to be agile is critical.

Key takeaways:

  • Core differences and similarities between generational cohorts
  • The importance of microlearning and how to create a culture that cultivates ownership of development that energizes and drives engagement
  • How to mine data that can be used to connect employees, harnessing strengths as we pivot to a more contingent and project-driven work environment
  • Tips on how to improve corporate learning content

Speakers

Laurence Smith

Laurence Smith
Head of Asia
SmartUp

Nicholas Sutcliffe

Nicholas Sutcliffe (Moderator)
Senior Fellow, Human Capital
The Conference Board

Nicholas Sutcliffe is a Senior Fellow in Human Capital at The Conference Board. Having worked in Asia since 1994, Nicholas has a deep understanding of the cultural and social issues that affect the region and a passionate interest in Chinese and Indian business relations and cultural drivers...Full Bio

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