Case Studies of Organizations and Organizational Communication in the Media
It’s not an infrequent complaint: young employees, those who fall neatly into the Generation Y or Millennial cohort, are naturally meeting-averse, preferring to hash out our ideas on shared Google documents whereas our Baby Boomer colleagues feel work is better done via Outlook-scheduled meetings in windowless conference rooms. And in a workforce where the two demographics are often at odds for power, not seeing eye to eye is a problem.
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