While millennials may be prompting a sea change in the way we view technology in the workplace, this generation is merely bringing to light a revolution that began long before them. By using changing employee demographics as an opportunity to modernize, businesses can enhance employee
engagement and performance across the workplace.
The millennial generation – those born between 1982 and 2000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau – represents 35 percent of today’s workers
Many organizations are realizing that keeping millennial workers engaged means taking a fresh look at their technology
To attract the best talent and boost engagement companywide, many businesses need to shift their tech perspective
To entice the best workers and enable those workers to perform at their peak, businesses need to meet the expectations of today’s digital workforce
Your technology must enable communication, collaboration and productivity to help workers get the job done
Who should attend?Any business leader that wants to better lead across generations, especially the Millennial generation.
Greg has also held leadership roles with Servigistics (now PTC), E3 Corporation (now JDA Software), and has led transformations at more than 100 companies, including Amazon, Ace Hardware, REI, Henry Schein, Williams Sonoma, LVMH, Arc'teryx & Stokke.
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