'People talk about the 'generation gap' but what does it mean? ...People born in the same era often
have similar values and belief systems and these are different from those shared by people born in other eras. These different values produce different ways of working and different expectations from work and have the potential to lead to misunderstandings and conflict.
... The better you understand the combination of factors that motivates and drives each generation
the better you will be able to lead them.'Part A: Analyze two of the four generations (Gen Y, X, Baby Boomers and Traditionalists) and list what you consider to be the values and belief systems pertaining to those generations.
Part B: What leadership style will best suit those generations, justify your response. How will you
develop team commitment and cooperation?
Part C: How will you best manage each generation? Consider appropriate recognition and reward
schemes, delegation of task and responsibilities, individual development, mentoring and coaching, achievements of goalsRead More