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Gen Z has grown up with social media and smartphones, and has unique behavioral characteristics, presenting future organizational challenges. CIOs must devise a strategy to commoditize Gen Z’s skills and manage potential employee churn. (Maverick research exposes unconventional thinking and advice.)
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The Characteristics of Gen Z That Warrant a Commoditization Strategy
- Born in the Age of Real-Time Social Media, They Demand Instant Gratification
- Their Ambition and Need for Adventure Make Them Susceptible to Quick Changes
- Being Continuously Glued to Screens Has Led to an Unhappy and Depressed Generation
- Short Attention Span, Global Exposure Compulsion
The Impact of Gen Z on Your Workplace
Recommendations — How to Prepare for This Generation
- Mitigate Toxicity in the Workplace by Working With Human Resources and Exploiting Technology
- Protect Your Organization Against the Effects of High Attrition by Upskilling Existing Employees
- Regularly Platformize Employee Knowledge to Minimize Knowledge Loss
- Reduce the Training Expenditure by Using Commoditized Modes of Training and Rapid Onboarding Processes
- Create a Digital Twin of the Organization to Gauge the Implications of New-Generation Characteristics on Your Organization
- The Characteristics of Gen Z That Warrant a Commoditization Strategy
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