Archive for the 'Net Generation' Category

Online Games: Ready For Prime Time Leadership Development?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 06|04|o  » 3 Comments

The May issue of Harvard Business Review is now off the shelves but the cover story, entitled, “Leadership’s Online Labs,” by Bryon Reeves, Thomas Malone and Tony O-Driscoll has become a buzz among Chief Talent Officers and Chief Learning Officers.
If you are like me and did not grow up playing multiplayer online games also […]

Performance Management 2.0

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 05|23|o  » 4 Comments

Managers frequently cite completing performance appraisals as one of their least favorite tasks and that is often an understatement. But quietly there is a movement afoot to “consumerize” business software. This means that software is being designed and tested by “user experience teams” with the goal of making software “intuitive,” engaging and, importantly, free […]

Facebook for the FORTUNE 500 Firm?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 04|13|o  » 6 Comments

This week, I spoke and attended the CLO conference entitled “Orchestrating Change: Leading Organizations with Learning.” My presentation focused on Brave New Learners: Millennials and Beyond.
The presentation addressed such issues as:

What impact will all of this have on the four generations currently in the workforce?
Do Millennials really learn differently?
Will FORTUNE 500 companies ever create […]

Managing Talent Across Generations

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 03|13|o  » 2 Comments

This week I participated in an interesting panel at the 2008 National Human Capital Institute entitled, Attracting and Retaining the New Economy Workforce: Generation X and Y.
After a brief discussion of how generational differences can impact behavior in the workplace (see below), the focus of the panel was on what talent management executives can do […]

Attracting, Developing and Retaining Net Generation Talent

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 02|14|o  » 2 Comments

While companies are off debating their policy regarding access to social networking sites as Facebook, MySpace and YouTube, there is a growing body of evidence that Net Generation employees, who put a huge premium on doing things quickly and with zero learning curve, will demand access to these sites. In fact, Professor Clive Holtham, […]

How Does Knowledge Management Transfer to the World of Wiki’s?

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 02|06|o  » 0 Comments

According to a Gartner forecast, 50 percent of U.S. corporations will have implemented wiki’s by 2009. That number should continue to grow as more “Net Generation” employees enter the workforce. For those of us who have been in the corporate environment for more than 10 years the first thing that probably comes to mind […]

Learn 2.0 For Net Generation

» Posted by Jeanne Meister  » Posted on 01|30|o  » 1 Comment

Welcome to New Learning Playbook—a blog tracking innovations and trends in learning among corporations, universities and government agencies. The blog features case studies, interviews, links to resources in the field and more.
The first series of posts will focus on how learning is being redefined for the Net Generation, those individuals born between 1980 and 1994 […]




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