Research shows that millennials are different and represent a large part of the entire workforce today. It is relevant to understand what is important to them when they work, in order to change or adapt the corporate culture to better meet their needs.
People are spending a lot of their working time in meetings. Here is an article that can help you increase their efficiency or reconsider their necessity: https://www.nytimes.com/guides/business/how-to-run-an-effective-meeting
Context: In 2012, Google embarked on an initiative (code-named Project Aristotle) to study hundreds of company’s teams, focused on building the perfect team. The company’s top executives long believed that building the best teams meant combining the best people.
Context: In today’s world there is a strong desire for more development/coaching conversations. Expectations from managers to develop subordinates are considered something normal, but still, due to busy agendas and many last-minute demands, many one to one meetings are focused mostly on the business as usual.