Guest Post by Jon Mertz
Millennials are more connected than any other generation before them. Through social platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, they connect with others far and near. Collaboration around problem-solving and purpose-enabling activities happens quickly and expansively.
Prior to the social world, collaboration did occur, but it took place mostly face-to-face. Effort was required to seek out diverse opinions and viewpoints. Now Millennials are leading the way in expanding collaboration in three new ways: individual challenges, team problem-solving, and community difference-making.
During the course of any given workday, issues arise such as how to handle certain personalities, how to navigate becoming a new manager, or how to manage across departments. No matter the situation, answers are to . . . → Read More: Three Ways Millennials Are Expanding Collaboration