|Where It Comes From
|The Good News
|The Bad News
|Access to anyone and everything on the Internet and blurred lines between
|Millennials aim to forge authentic relationships with their colleagues.
|They may lean toward informality in the workplace that alienates or puts off other generations.
|Ever-improving technology and processes that streamlined everything
|They try to maximize efficiency in the workplace.
|They may cut corners (like having a conversation) in favor of getting things done.
|Disruptive inventions and ideas that weren’t restricted to the upper echelons of society
|Rather than accept the status quo, Millennials speak up to share new and innovative ideas.
|They may challenge longstanding, vetted processes with little regard for those who put them in place.
|Unprecedented choice online and retailers that allowed Millennials to pinpoint specific items, rather than taking on the whole
|They take a unique angle and perspective on every project to ensure that an approach is always customized to find the right solution.
|They may want to “customize” their workday and work set-up so it suits their needs, which may be challenging to accommodate.