Join Foreword writer, Dr. Greg Reid and contributing scholars as they discuss research on effective management of multiple generations in the work force, from Baby Boomers to Generations X, Y, and Z. The focus is on each of the generation’s unique and diverse aspects pertaining to employment and management. This volume will continue to shape the conversation of future success in business in leadership and management of personnel to examine proven strategies for continued excellence and profitability.
Chapter 1: Dr. Mark J. Tarmann Jr. explored combining risk and talent management to retain Millennials
Chapter 2: Dr. Natalie Casale explored successful strategies to create a safe work environment for the Post-Millennial autistic employees
Chapter 3: Dr. Frank Musmar determined that understanding the factors affecting the retention of Millennials healthcare employees could increase productivity and profitability.
Chapter 4: Dr. Avideh Sadaghiani-Tabrizi discussed cybersecurity vulnerabilities and considerations for information use of multigenerational workforces
Chapter 5: Dr. Rose Whitcomb explores the role multigenerational diversity and inclusion plays in facilitating resilience in the workplace.
Chapter 6: Dr. Borislav Perev, Dr. Alexandro Beato, & Dr. Denise J. La Salle provided insight on strategies to reduce employee turnover in a multigenerational workplace.
Chapter 7: Dr. Nsikak Akpakpan discussed mentoring, coaching, and self-awareness as developmental initiatives for success with managing the cognitive enablement of organizations.
Chapter 8: Dr. Gail Ade, Dr. Tokunbo Majaro, & Dr. Marietta Poshi explored strategies for multigenerational workforce engagement and pertinent leadership practices.
Chapter 9: Dr. Teresa Sanders & Dr. Cheryl Lentz explored the current business model of education and its persistent failure that puts the United States at a disadvantage competing in a global business environment.