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The future belongs to all of us possibilities for intergenerational organizations

The Future Belongs To All of Us: Possibilities for Intergenerational Organizations

CHHSM Annual Meeting

February 28, 2014


“In my organization, there are real differences between older and younger generations and how they approach work.”

YES, AND THOSE DIFFERENCES SOMETIMES OR OFTEN POSED CHALLENGES:

72%


Who knows only his her own generation remains always a child cicero adapted by george norlin

Who knows only his/her own generation remains always a child. –Cicero (adapted by George Norlin)


Generational cohort common tastes attitudes and experiences
Generational cohort = child. common tastes, attitudes and experiences


Four generations
Four Generations child.

Zemke, Raines, and Filipczak (2013), Generations at Work.


Four generations1
Four Generations child.

Zemke, Raines, and Filipczak (2013), Generations at Work.


The traditionalist personality

  • Likes consistency and uniformity child.

  • Likes things on a grand scale

  • Conformers

  • Believes in logic, not magic

  • Disciplined

  • Past-oriented and history absorbed

  • Believes in law and order

  • Spending style is conservative

The Traditionalist Personality


Traditionalists at work

  • Assets child.

  • Stable

  • Detail-oriented

  • Thorough

  • Loyal

  • Hard-working

  • Liabilities

  • Struggles with ambiguity and change

  • Reluctant to buck the system

  • Uncomfort-able with conflict

  • Reticent when they disagree

Traditionalists at Work


Four generations2
Four Generations child.

Zemke, Raines, and Filipczak (2013), Generations at Work.


The baby boomer personality

  • Believes in growth and expansion child.

  • Tends to be optimistic

  • Learned about teamwork in school and at home

  • Has pursued personal gratification, often at a high price to themselves and others

  • Has searched their soul—repeatedly, obsessively, recreationally

  • Has always been cool

The Baby Boomer Personality


Baby boomers at work

  • Assets child.

  • Service-oriented

  • Driven

  • Willing to go the “extra mile”

  • Good at relationships

  • Want to please

  • Good team players

  • Liabilities

  • Not naturally “budget minded”

  • Uncomfortable with conflict

  • Reluctant to go against peers

  • May put process ahead of result

  • Defensive in the face of feedback

  • Judgmental of those who see things differently

  • Self-centered

Baby Boomers at Work


Four generations3
Four Generations child.

Zemke, Raines, and Filipczak (2013), Generations at Work.


The generation x personality

  • Self-reliant child.

  • Wants balance

  • Has a nontraditional orientation about time and space

  • Likes informality

  • Approach to authority is casual

  • Cynical

  • Continues to be technologically savvy

  • Attracted to the edge

The Generation X Personality


Generation x at work

  • Assets child.

  • Adaptability

  • Technoliteracy

  • Independence

  • Creativity

  • Willingness to buck the system

  • Liabilities

  • Skeptical

  • Impatient

  • Distrustful of authority

  • Inept at office politics

  • Less attracted to leadership

Generation X at Work


Four generations4
Four Generations child.

Zemke, Raines, and Filipczak (2013), Generations at Work.


The millennial personality

The Millennial Personality


Millennials at work

  • Assets child.

  • Collective action

  • Optimism

  • Tenacity

  • Heroic spirit

  • Multitasking capabilities

  • Technological savvy

  • Adept at change

  • Liabilities

  • Need for supervision and structure

  • Demand for constant feedback

  • Helicopter parents

  • Family events trump work

Millennials at Work


Possibilities for intergenerational organizations
Possibilities for Intergenerational organizations child.

Zemke, Raines, and Filipczak (2013), Generations at Work.


Possibilities for intergenerational organizations1
Possibilities for Intergenerational organizations child.

  • Recognizing and leveraging what is already present


Possibilities for intergenerational organizations2
Possibilities for Intergenerational organizations child.

  • Strategic plans to include specific, measurable goals for equipping younger generations to carry the mission into the future (but it may not look the way you want it to)

  • Hiring and retaining generationally diverse employees to include training, celebration, and inclusive policies / benefits

  • Governance and leadership to include boards with younger generations having a significant voice and active role in decision making


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