Having team members that work in diverse geographical locations has become the norm, and we are more connected than ever through the advances in web conferencing. How employees interact with each other has changed dramatically, and such technological conveniences have brought on their own sets of challenges as a result.
Decision making and communication between teams changes, team conflict takes on a different shape, and team engagement requires different approaches.
So what are the implications of this rising shift in how teams work together?
In this webcast, Jo Moore, Vice President of Organizational Development Services at Caliper and George Brough, Vice President of Organizational Development Services will discuss:
The differences between virtual and on-site teams
The challenges and implications of managing and working in virtual or mixed teams
How to increase engagement in a geographically dispersed team
Millennials are the fastest growing generation in the workforce today. Despite the stereotypes, Millennials value many of the same principles that other generations do--meaningful work, flexibility and room for growth and development. In this ...
Blog | Author: Frank Costanzo & Dr. David Solot | Source: HCI
| Published:April 20, 2016
As both consultants and managers, we know first-hand that the rise and fall of organizations over the next decade will be determined largely by the performance of the Millennial generation. If we are going to drive business forward over the next 10 years, then the business landscape must evolve into a Millennial Landscape—one that maximizes motivation, engagement, and retention. To do this, we must uncover the natural tendencies and personalities of Millennials, as a group and as individuals. As the business landscape changed to accommodate Generation X, so too must it change for the Millennials.