|No. |DETAILS |PAGE # | | | | | | |Intro |5 | |1.0 |Generation Term |5 | |1.1 |Generation Difference at Workplace |6-7 | |1.2 |Generation Y |7-8 | |2.0 |Preparing The Next Wave of Strategic Workplace Change |8 | |2.1 |Culture Change |8-9 | |2.2 |Technology Change |9-10 | |3 |Leading Generation Y |10-12 | |3.1 | |12-13 | | |Behaviors of Change | | | | |13 | | |Conclusion | | | | | | | |Reference | | | | |14-16 | | | | | | | | | | | | |
A study of changes in the workforce conducted by EainmakerThinking, have showed, significant developments that have occurred over the last 10 years where it reveals marked changes in younger employees' attitudes. According to the study's author, Bruce Tulgan, between 1993 and 2003 a profound revolution was taking place in the values and norms of workplace, and the impact has been felt throughout the world. With an extensive research on workforce 6 key findings were identified: • Work has become more demanding on employees.
• Employer-employee relationships have become less hierarchical and more transactional. • Employers are moving away from long-term relationships. • Employees have less confidence in long-term rewards and greater expectations for short term rewards. • Immediate supervisors are now the most important people in the workplace. • Supervising employees now requires more time and skill on the part of managers." Together with these findings and the trends it reflects the most important change has been in the employer / employee relationship demonstrating growing tension, frustration and distrust, concerning the workplace. 1.0 Generation Terms
The progressive change that we witness is called 'Generational Shift.' Different...