Baby Boomers, GenXers, and Millennials, the current workforce generations, each have values and cultures unique to themselves that plays a dynamic in the workplace. However, there are several strategies for finding synergies in those differences in order to work more cohesively and reduce turnover.
Two LA journalists explore social issues, even those that we get uncomfortable talking about. It is up to leaders to break down these social barriers and address these topics, rather than ignore them. So let’s get comfortable with getting uncomfortable as we listen to our guests and gain insights into how to be a leader in the hard to lead areas of life.
Over the past decade, and more so in the past few years, trends in “Re-orgs” have emerged that should be taken note of. Use this list as a reference to take proactive measures to guide your company in the right direction before they guide you out the door.
As many companies are in the midst of the digital transformation trend, they are also going through another, just as impactful, transformation, no doubt connected to the former. With many millennials changing the status quo of societal expectations, we are coming into an age of entrepreneurial enterprise transformation. They are becoming intrapreneurs. But they don’t play the game front and center because this is where one must play by traditional rules. They are playing the ball up the side lines with more radical approaches that not only bend, but break the rules.
We often times find ourselves blocked on a task. Although it is tempting to move on to the next task on your list, it is better to try to resolve the blocker first. As a leader in your organization, you can promote this concept in your team as a way to improve team efficiency, and improve delivery times and product quality.