Conflicts arise when older and younger employees work together. How can managers effectively lead age-diverse teams? How can business schools help?
Boomers and members of Generations X, Y, and Z bring different attitudes to the office. Managers struggle to turn these dissimilar workers into cohesive teams. Employees of all ages can be disengaged, at least in part because of how they perceive the distribution of power in the workplace. Schools can prepare tomorrow’s leaders by addressing multigenerational diversity in undergraduate, graduate, and exec ed programs.
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