A quick note from Bill: Here’s Part 2 of my two-part look at the MACPA’s recent Generational Summit. Read Part 1 here.
What happens when you get four generations of CPAs together in the same room and let them pass around a microphone? You get a flood of insights on what makes the generations tick.
What happens when you let them keep talking? You come really close to bridging the generational gaps that are crippling the profession.
As the MACPA’s 2013 Generational Summit drew to a close, Tom Hood asked attendees — nearly 100 of them, representing each of the four generations at work today — to come up with their best ideas for closing the generational divides. Here are some of them:
Of course, coming up with a laundry list of stuff we ought to do is the easy part. Putting those ideas into action is a bit more complicated.
But it does bring us a step closer to generational harmony, doesn’t it?
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