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.
- 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
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