The emergence of Generation Z – those born after 1995 who are starting to leave full-time education for the world of work – means that there are four distinct demographic groups that make up today’s workforce. In addition to Generation Z, there are Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y.
The challenge facing all senior management is how best to create innovative working environments that cater for each group’s needs and thereby create a culture that promotes collaboration, information sharing and productivity.
Innovation and productivity are crucial to business growth. To achieve this, organisations must navigate a new world of work by touching on all aspects of information mobility – from the technologies that are revolutionising the way that people collaborate and connect, to the way information is harnessed to power big ideas.
The traditional analogue way of doing things is no longer a sustainable strategy. Forward-thinking organisations have recognised that a strategy to support digital business transformation is essential for success.