By MATT NAYLOR
How do you manage an office in which half the staff are young, cocky, know-it-all 20-somethings and the other half are the wizened, long-in-the-teeth fuddy-duddies who reject anything “new-fangled”?
By SANDY CLARKE
If there weren’t already enough challenges facing business leaders today, they have the bonus of cultivating strategic means to lead a workforce comprising of four distinct generations equipped with their respective strengths and unique challenges.
The future of the work environment is changing. Winning organisations are developing workplace strategies which enable employees achieve better work and life integration. Here are some interesting statistics in the Malaysian context.
By TARCAYANI PREBAGARAN
As individuals from Gen-Y, we are masters in the art of multitasking and have our own way of doing things. Sometimes, this can be a problem especially at the workplace where our colleagues or bosses may find us rude or disengaged.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
Shakespeare wrote, “Brevity is the soul of wit”. Leaders must understand the power of being brief. By managing your time more efficiently, you give yourself more time for the high-value matters that can drive your organisation further.
There are three distinct generational groups in the workforce today – the Baby Boomers, the Generation Xs and Gen Ys. Many senior leaders have often wondered, “What is with these Gen Ys? Why are they so different from us?