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From a generational perspective we are witnessing an unusual event: the difference between the way of thinking, living and working of Generation Z (born between 1995 and 2010) and the rest of generations is enormous, as never seen in many decades, probably in a century.
This mental diversity enriches the collective. But it also poses some challenges. Specifically, negative consequences are already being noticed in the work environment for not carrying out this integration properly: Zers tend to relate among them only. They consider other generations ‘dinosaurs’, avoiding collaboration.
The result? Lack of knowledge exchange, loss of synergies, and a monumental opportunity cost, because companies (and society) feed on the ideas that emerge from diversity.
I invite you to participate in a study that I am conducting in order to find the intergenerational link. By understanding how the different generations think, we will be able to find what unites them. They are very short questions, which will take you 5 minutes approx. Here they are:
I will make the result public on social networks. And, depending on the insights obtained, probably they will be exposed in a forthcoming TED Talk.
Thanks a lot.
I wish you the best.
Daniel Sánchez Reina
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