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1 Managing Different Generations in the Workplace A YouGotClass on-line course presented by Kassia Dellabough, PhD I need to Communicate more effectively
Global Work Environment 3 The Pew Internet & American Life project
4 Generational Communication Wassup? Get my text? Were you at the meeting? Did you get my e-mail? I sent a memo This is a waste of time, I work better alone He called me that he can’t make it What happened to the work ethic?
Course Agenda Unit 1 - What makes these generations different ? The transition from the Industrial Age to the Internet Age How Gen X, Boomers, Gen Y differ Work values in the 21 st Century 5
Course Agenda Unit 2 - How Gen X and Gen Y perceive time. Knowledge work and the value of time Time as key to profitability The focus on outcomes Meetings the work 6
Course Agenda Unit 3 - What motivates Gen X and Gen Y at work? The reinvention of family Work hard and play hard Monetary and non-monetary rewards The new career development path 7
Course Agenda Unit 4 - Work styles and technology Customizing work styles & process Peak work time and place A new role for technology at work Working collaboratively And what about the NEXT Generation? 8
11 Inventions That Changed the Way We Communicate The car Telephone Airplane Answering machine Computers E-mail Cell phones Digital cameras Cloud computing
12 Innovations in Communication Ball Point Pen 1945 Telegraph 1828 Radio - 1866 Television - 1930’s Airplanes - 1903 Telephone 1870’s
13 198019901995200020022004200620082010 Fax Modem Answering Machine Newsletter BBS Pagers Web Email PowerPoint Voice Mail Cell Phone Instant Messenger Contact Managers VOIP Wikki / Forums Survey Monkey Zoomerang E-Commerce Newsletters Amazon Blackberry PDA RSS Feeds Blogs Ebay Google Paypal Podcasts YouTube MySpace Web Support CraigsList Skype Digital Signage Videophone Tele- commuting
14 Preferred Communication Tools SENIORS: face-to-face, phone (land- line), U.S. mail, newspapers, magazines BOOMERS: email, phone, face-to-face, newspapers, magazines, on-line resources GEN X: web sites, email, on-line newspapers & resources, cell phone GEN Y: Facebook (etc.), Text, Cell Phone, web sites, skype GEN NEW - ?
15 Cell phone or Computer? A long way from DOS…
16 Defining the Generations* Seniors 1920 – 1944 Baby Boomer 1946-1964 Generation X 1965-1980 Generation Y 1981-2000 Generation Next? I, X, G 2000- now
17 GENERATIONS: The Cohort Experience Members of a generation are linked by experiences shared during their formative years. These shared experiences contribute to the creation of shared values, attitudes and behaviors.
18 What Were YOU doing in High School? Favorite music Values: Work, sexual behavior, drugs, dress How did you refer to your teachers? What did you do after school? How did you stay in touch with your friends? What was the political climate? What were your career goals? What was the job outlook? What was the technology of the day?
22 Daily Life and Society: Prosperity Stability uniform
23 The Baby Boomers Born: 1946-1964 McCarthy Hearings Polio Vaccine Rosa Parks Sputnik First Nuclear Power Plant JFK Peace Corps Cold War John Glenn Vietnam Martin Luther King Woodstock Kent State
Find out how your co- workers in other generations approach work discover something new about yourself and your generation. Get an understanding of each of the four generations. Course Outcomes
Learn the distinguishing characteristics of each that impact their approach to the workplace. Take back practical tips and techniques for communicating generationally in the workplace. Course Outcomes
33 Next Class April 7 - May 2, 2014 questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org