Talking About Whose Generation?: Why Western Generational Models Can't Account For A Global Workforce
Source: Deloitte LLP
Each generation that enters the workforce introduces a unique set of motivations and strengths to the workplace. A successful talent strategy can hinge on an organization's understanding of what makes its employees tick in the same way that broader business strategy relies on an understanding of differences between its myriad customer groups. Differences between generations can affect the way organizations recruit and build teams, deal with change, motivate and manage people, and boost productivity and service effectiveness. But despite their best efforts to shed false assumptions about a homogeneous workforce, global companies often oversimplify their talent strategies.