The secret to effectively managing different generations (it’s not what you think)

Americans have become overly enamored with generational labels—such as “millennials,” “Gen X” and “baby boomers”—and their associated stereotypes. Used heavily by organizational leaders, marketing gurus, and self-proclaimed generational experts, these labels seem at first to conveniently simplify the complex diversity of the people around us. Jessica Kriegel, a talent strategist at Oracle and the author of a new book about generational stereotypes, says that smart bosses think of their employees as individuals—not labels.

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