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Published on Jul 7, 2014
Neil Howe participates in the CNN Dialogues panel "The Millennial Generation: Changing the Way We Do Business"
Date Oct 2012 Moderator: Ali Velshi, CNN's Chief Business Correspondent
Venue: Emory University
Generation Me. Trophy Kids. Generation Stuck. Whatever you call them, the Millennial Generation and their perspectives are changing the way we think and work. They inspire social change and are poised to be the most educated generation in American history. Their seamless integration of technology into daily life is revolutionizing information sharing and pushing the boundaries of how traditional workplaces function.
Millennials are multicultural, multitasking, entrepreneurial and arguably more liberal and less religious than their elder counterparts. Some experts say because of constant positive reinforcement from parents, they expect the same from employers and have trouble with criticism. While their peers search for jobs in a weak economy, the Millennials in the workforce embrace a casual work style - often mistaken for rude behavior. As these intrepid young citizens go to work, will generations clash or will they find a way to productively coexist?