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Need a discussion response for my teacher.

This is my discussion post.

According to Angelo. K (2020). The values held by baby boomers,
people born between 1946 and 1964, are influenced by event like the
assassination of President Jhon F. Kennedy, the Vietnam war, and
the shooting deaths of student’s protester at Kent State University
in Ohio (Pg.47). They also place a greater emphasis on individual
contributions and stay with the same company for longer periods of
time. Their desire to go up the corporate ladder drives them to be
more productive. They are less likely to use social media and
prefer to communicate via email, which they do extremely quickly.
In the word of Angelo K. (2020). Millennials, people born between
1980 and 2001, have been influenced by events like September 11,
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the founding of Google, and the
rise of social media. (Pg.47). They are the motivating factor, and
a high degree of contact, feedback, and cooperation make them more
productive. They must have a sense of purpose and ongoing
opportunity to advance in the company to stay motivated. According
to the video attached “How to Manage 5 Generations in the Modern
Workplace, 2018” Gen X has begun to replace boomers in managerial
positions in recent years and they’re more independent and their
predecessors value authority less walk away from inflexible
workplace since this generation embraces technology in the
workplace including smart phones email laptops and tablets. They
appreciate cooperation, are less authoritative, are more linked to
people, and are technology enthusiasts, and they are driven by the
nature of their jobs, job satisfaction, and teamwork. GEN Z: is
just beginning to enter the workforce what is the largest cohort of
the US population and the most ethnically diverse this generation
is fast-paced, and they tend to be independent in competitive most
of this generations job decisions are based on how text savvy a
workplace is but they also prefer face-to-face communication at
work this generation appreciates technology that provides a
personal experience like a video meetings. Companies are attempting
to recruit a diverse staff by providing a work environment with
appropriate technology. Understanding generational disparities can
help businesses employ more people and retain them. It may also
provide businesses a competitive advantage by guaranteeing
knowledge transfer. It will be easier to ensure that this expertise
is not lost if there are good working connections between older and
younger employees. According to Angelo. K (2020). The values held
by baby boomers, people born between 1946 and 1964, are influenced
by event like the assassination of President Jhon F. Kennedy, the
Vietnam war, and the shooting deaths of student’s protester at Kent
State University in Ohio (Pg.47). They also place a greater
emphasis on individual contributions and stay with the same company
for longer periods of time. Their desire to go up the corporate
ladder drives them to be more productive. They are less likely to
use social media and prefer to communicate via email, which they do
extremely quickly. In the word of Angelo K. (2020). Millennials,
people born between 1980 and 2001, have been influenced by events
like September 11, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the founding
of Google, and the rise of social media. (Pg.47). They are the
motivating factor, and a high degree of contact, feedback, and
cooperation make them more productive. They must have a sense of
purpose and ongoing opportunity to advance in the company to stay
motivated. According to the video attached “How to Manage 5
Generations in the Modern Workplace, 2018” Gen X has begun to
replace boomers in managerial positions in recent years and they’re
more independent and their predecessors value authority less walk
away from inflexible workplace since this generation embraces
technology in the workplace including smart phones email laptops
and tablets. They appreciate cooperation, are less authoritative,
are more linked to people, and are technology enthusiasts, and they
are driven by the nature of their jobs, job satisfaction, and
teamwork. GEN Z: is just beginning to enter the workforce what is
the largest cohort of the US population and the most ethnically
diverse this generation is fast-paced, and they tend to be
independent in competitive most of this generations job decisions
are based on how text savvy a workplace is but they also prefer
face-to-face communication at work this generation appreciates
technology that provides a personal experience like a video
meetings. Companies are attempting to recruit a diverse staff by
providing a work environment with appropriate technology.
Understanding generational disparities can help businesses employ
more people and retain them. It may also provide businesses a
competitive advantage by guaranteeing knowledge transfer. It will
be easier to ensure that this expertise is not lost if there are
good working connections between older and younger employees.

That is the Question he ask me ?

Which of the generations is best suited to management and why?
(Or is that not a factor?)

 
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