How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 03-14-2013

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Meetup Opp  Booz Allen Hamilton organizes in-house community groups by interests (poker, kickball, trivia games, etc.), not by age groups.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Greater Good PepsiCo unites employees with their shared passion in global causes.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Buddy System KPMG requires that every manager have a protégé and every younger worker have a mentor.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

"Be All That You Can Be" The U.S. Army is encouraging drill sergeants to switch from "intimidation" training tactics to leadership by example.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Stepping Up  Infosys picks nine high-performing younger workers every year to participate in senior management strategic meeting sessions.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

No Slides Required  Lockheed Martin has embraced more interactive training rather than PowerPoint presentations to better engage younger workers.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Student Feedback  Brainstorc invites teenagers to visit and help solve problems.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Intellectual Assets  Deloitte hires career coaches who are paid to transfer knowledge from and to workers.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap

Three Efforts That Work Universally
Reward for performance results as opposed to seniority or "face time."
Offer training and professional development across the board.
Encourage mentoring programs.

How Companies are Addressing the Generation Gap