We have noticed that there can sometimes be a bit of a tussle in organisations between ‘the business’ and the learning teams. ‘The business’ expects learning solutions to be offered that meet every nuanced need and learning teams struggle to get to know ‘the business’ at a deep enough level to offer this, especially if their people have not emerged from it. The result? Well, varied of course, although sometimes it might be vanilla or one size fits all solutions.
Posted on Thu, August 28, 2014 in Organisational Development
Millennials are defined as those born between 1982 and 1993. It's said that by 2020 millennials will represent 40% of the total working population*. With this in mind, it is in every organisation's interest to attract and engage with this generation.
Engaging millennials is a challenge faced by many leaders, some of whom may feel quite removed from the ways in which this particular, social media driven, generation interacts and communicates.
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