Collaboration-Conducive Work Environments | Building Trust with Gen Y Series

 

Situate them in workspaces conducive to collaboration. (5 of 9 in series)

Millennials are also known as “generation we” because of their strong social mindset. Despite growing up in the most individualistic nation in history, American millennials think and act quite socially. They know that better results and meaning come through collaboration.  They’re used to the flat connected world and used to working with people from varying cultures. Gen Y knows that strategizing and executing with 3 or 8 or 21 varying perspectives leads to high caliber and balanced results.  Consider setting up your office in a way that’s more conducive to collaboration and get increased productivity by letting millennials work and compete on teams.

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  1. Not being from this generation drew me to read this blog. It is gratifying to learn that this group of individuals likes operating in teams as we have worked on collaborative environments in the education setting for a number of decades. In my view, the best work is done with having the right people at the table-in teams.

    I wonder how this generation is affected when there is change on the team. Do they quickly adapt or think it is time to move on? I also wonder how they deal with members who might not be contributing as much as they could.

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