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Managing Different Generations in the Workplace.

  • Academic Journal
  • International Conference KNOWLEDGE-BASED ORGANIZATION; Jun2022, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p191-196, 6p
  • In an ageing society, intergenerational management is becoming increasingly important for organizations. The strategies used by managers in managing the work of the different generational groups working at a particular time in an organization must focus on reducing the differences between them while maintaining their diversity. Choosing the most effective strategies starts with knowing and understanding the characteristics of each generation; implementing them can be done both by exercising appropriate leadership styles and by incorporating them into organizational policies and practices. In this way, a climate of intergenerational cooperation can be built which can only support the achievement of organizational objectives. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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