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June 03, 2007

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Great article. I'm forwarding it to everyone who manages younger employees.

I thought this was a very interesting article, however it's much more Gen Y centric. As an Xer, I'm not sure a lot of this applies to me. I've found that Xers want little to no nonsense in their work lives - let's get stuff done in a clear and effective way without a lot of meetings, speeches, etc. We're also full of the "I can do it all better myself" control issues. I do think that Gen Y is looking for a lot of reinforcement, more than they'll ever get in the workplace. Showing up on time doesn't derserve praise but I've found that many of the Gen Y employees around me are looking for just that.

Excellent article. Would it be too much to assume that you'd recommend the whole book?

Thanks for your comments, all. Good food for thought. Rich, because I am on the road, I honestly have not yet read the book. That said, it is on my list for when I return!

I found a really useful Lean resource at http://www.leanhealthcareservices.com/blog.html

Since I am a Millenial (born after 1980) i'd like to drop in a few words.

This article seems like a description of a lot of people with a completely different background then the reader.

Understanding collegues or employees can be the hardest thing you'll ever do. But generally its worth it.

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