It’s Time We Moved Beyond Generational Stereotyping – Here’s How

Basing Talent Management Practices on Purported Generational Differences Are Not Effective I’ve never been a fan of generational stereotyping – from Morris Massey’s frenetic exhortations on “What You Are Is Where You Were When” to the current media hype on Millennials, Xers and Boomers. The stuff maybe somewhat entertaining but … Continue reading It’s Time We Moved Beyond Generational Stereotyping – Here’s How

The Evidence against Generational Stereotyping

Why basing decision making and investments on generational differences is not effective Of all the social media topics that I’ve posted, none has had more reaction than The Degrading and Useless Practice of Generational Stereotyping. And the reaction has been overwhelmingly supportive. It seems that many are tired of the … Continue reading The Evidence against Generational Stereotyping

The Degrading and Useless Practice of Generational Stereotyping

“The next time someone calls me a Millennial, I’m gonna punch them in the nose!” That was the exasperated response of a bright, successful 30-something young professional when someone commented that “all Millennials crave attention.” Like many, she was offended by being put in a box with which she did … Continue reading The Degrading and Useless Practice of Generational Stereotyping