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“Read the straightforward and no nonsense book …and put an end to miscommunication and intergenerational conflict at work.”—Blog Business World
“If you buy this book for nothing else -- and there's plenty to love --purchase it for the stories. They crack a window of insight into each generation populating the workplace and the vast difference in thought-processes between generations.” --OfficePro
“…to get [the generations] working well together, you need to take account of their different work habits, attitudes, expectations and hairstyles. Generations, Inc. will be a useful aide in this, with in-depth dissections of each generation…” --Accounting Today
"The book is chock full of...real-life advice, and is an engaging read if you're interested in generational issues. Check it out.”
“… brilliant book providing the picture of the historical generations and shaping the ideas about company loyalty, work ethics...” --San Franscio Book Review
Members of each generation share special signposts: collective experiences that influence our expectations, actions, and mind-sets. They also mold our ideas about company loyalty, work ethic, and the definition of a job well done. And now that five different generations are working together simultaneously—from Traditionals to Generation Y and beyond—it’s even more important to understand where everyone’s coming from.
Written by two generational experts—who happen to be father and daughter—Generations, Inc. offers the perspectives of people of different eras, eliciting practical insights on wrestling with generational issues in the workplace. The book provides Baby Boomers and Linksters alike with practical techniques for:
Addressing conflicts • Forging alliances with coworkers from other generations • Getting people with disparate values and idiosyncratic styles to work together • Running productive meetings in which all participants find value in each others’ ideas
Generations, Inc. provides realistic strategies for all those managers, executives, and employees seeking to coexist, flourish, and thrive together…at the same time.
Another great research based book on the multigenerational workforce.Published 2 months ago by Gayle Kearns
I placed this on my coffee tabel and got more remorks about it over the sports illistrated swimsuit issue that was next to it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Machinehead
We all can remember the rules of the playground - the older kids were cool while those younger were not. Read morePublished on November 27, 2011 by Marilyn Urso
Limited insights and just too many US-focused examples or life-style comments. Superficial, generic and I wouldn't recommend to invest your valuable time in reading this book.Published on November 5, 2010 by Paul VG