As more millennials join the workforce each year, the workplace culture is shifting. By the year 2020, this generation will make up 50% of the global workforce—and even higher in the technology and high-growth industries.
Millennials expect different things from their careers than any other generation ever expected before them. So today’s leading organizations are busy rethinking and retooling the way they recruit, integrate, retain and develop this up-and-coming workforce to stay competitive, now and into the future. And when they do it right, non-millennial employees can reap the benefits, too.
What differentiates a highly innovative organization from the rest isn’t really about having cool and new ideas. As most would guess, it is about creating some kind of innovation culture, but what elements create and support highly innovative work environments?
Today’s CEOs understand that the latest technologies drive business advantage. For them, SMAC (social, mobile, analytics and cloud) technologies are critical
for getting work done, connecting with customers and driving the ...