Knowledge management: Managing multigenerational needs

Posted by Inbal Namir, Stav Agmon, and Jill T. Perkins on December 19, 2019.

In this era of longevity, where average global life expectancy has rocketed from 53 years in 1960 to 72 years in 2015,1 employees are finding the need and preference to stay in the workforce beyond the “traditional” retirement age, developing secondary careers and moving through careers and roles. Hence, the workforce of today is composed of four generations, including baby boomers, Gen X, millennials, and Gen Z working together. This challenges organizations, as they must facilitate knowledge transfer within a multigenerational workforce to stay competitive.
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