Managing Generation X

Managing Generation X

by Bruce Tulgan
     
 

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The post-baby boom generation needs different motivation and supervision than preceding generations. In interviews with dozens of the generation's high-achievers, this book stresses a practical approach to giving young workers enough freedom to succeed. 275 pp.

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The post-baby boom generation needs different motivation and supervision than preceding generations. In interviews with dozens of the generation's high-achievers, this book stresses a practical approach to giving young workers enough freedom to succeed. 275 pp.

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Jeffrey L. Seglin
[A[ fascinating look at how members of Gen X view themselves and their roles at work. The book bursts myths and exults in describing what a tremendous asset Gen X-ers would be if only they were better understood.
Inc.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781900961097
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/01/1903
Pages:
228

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