• http://www.skillbuilderlms.com/ Marie_Dufresne

    Hi David,

    Thanks for the very interesting article. I couldn’t agree more with you.

    According to PwC study, millennials will represent 50% of the global workforce by 2020 (http://pwc.to/1QiIHGJ). There is no denying that a generational shift is occurring in our workforce. We need to understand what are their strengths and weaknesses to understand their value proposal. Those with the right skills will be in high demand.

    I work in a training and development company, BaseCorp, and when we design and deliver learning content, we have to adapt to this new generation of workers. We wrote an article 5 Ways to Engage Millennial Learners in which we explain who the modern corporate learner is, and how we can design learning that engages millennials. If it’s something that interests you, here is the link: http://bit.ly/2nNSb0G.

  • Prashanth Vaidyan

    Hi David – Thanks for sharing an insightful article. I couldn’t agree with you, more.
    Working with millennials is an interesting experience for me and with a reasonably large team of them around, I understand that old school theorems will not work with them. Yes, it’s more important that other Gens adapt around to make them successful.