Whether we are ready for it or not, the future of business is here. It’s a future in which organizations must learn how to move faster, flatten their hierarchies, share more openly, and operate more digitally. And although many of these changes are a direct result of the Millennial generation shaking up today’s workplaces, it’s much bigger than that. This new era goes beyond generations–and requires leaders from every generation to learn new ways of working, leading, and managing.
In this session, author and thought leader Jamie Notter will share research, case studies and lessons learned from his newest book, When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business that identify the four key capacities that must be developed inside organizations to successfully adapt to this new reality. It’s not about simply “dealing with Millennials”—it’s about working with them to design organizations that thrive in today’s environment and understand how to drive deep engagement with employees, customers, members and volunteers in a new way.
Identify key drivers of the Millennial generation, not in an attempt to “deal” with them, but to understand how their perspective is relevant to the broader changes we face leading and managing organizations in today’s environment Recognize the importance of digital, clear, fluid, and fast in creating organizational cultures that will thrive in the 21st century Upon completion of this course participants will be able to: Identify practical ways to start shifting the culture of your own organization by changing processes and facilitating new behaviors among employees from all generations
* The three major trends that are converging in the next few years to bring great changes to management and leadership * A better understanding of the Millennial generation and what drives their values * Understanding the four key capacities for thriving in this new, Millennial era: * Digital-a mindset that focuses on customers and employees and ensures continuous growth and innovation * Clear-making things more visible to enable better decision making throughout the organization * Fluid-keeping your hierarchy, but making it more flexible and responsive in order to drive success * Fast-using trust to enable a “leap-ahead” kind of speed * The importance of organizational culture in developing these capacities
Leaders at every level in the organization