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Jim Wexler, Known as an original pioneer of games as a media platform, he has put over 8 million advergames into play including first-ever game-based campaigns for General Mills, Coca-Cola, The Gap, and Johnson & Johnson. He develops digital marketing strategies and campaigns to improve organizational performance and deepen engagement, and is a thought leader on Gamification — using game mechanics to motivate people, engage audiences and solve problems. B. Lynn Ware, PhD ., President and CEO of Integral Talent Systems, is an industrial/organizational psychologist and thought leader who has practiced for more than 25 years in the talent management field. She has designed, developed, and implemented career development systems in partnership with several “Best Place to Work” organizations, such as Google and Scripps Medical Center. Ware's mission is to help leverage the company's investment in talent to generate stronger financial outcomes. She is frequently quoted on trends in talent management in numerous publications, including the Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Harvard Business Review, and has been featured several times on CNN as a global talent management expert. Amy Lynch, Generations Expert and author of Harness the Power of Generational Intelligence
Duration 60 Minutes
According to the US Census Bureau, Millennials (born between 1982 and 2000) now outnumber baby boomers, reflecting a more diverse population in the United States (44.2% represent a minority race or ethnic group). By 2025, Millennials are expected to make up 75% of the global workforce (Deloitte, 2014 Millennial Survey). This generation believes that “job creation”, “profit generation” and “improving society” are activities that businesses should try to achieve, matching their own ideals (Deloitte, 2015 Millennial Survey). 60% of millennials also clarify that a sense of purpose is part of the reason they chose to work for their current employer (Deloitte, 2015 Millennial Survey). Generation Z is also beginning to shift into entry-level positions, while 3.4 million baby boomers will turn 65 this year. Is your organization reflecting the most multi-generational workforce in history?
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