Yesterday, May 8th 2014, there was this great event called “InspireX“. It was an inspirational event on the Intersection of Business and Technology organized by Cronos (my employer). A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about “What employers need to know about ‘Generation Y’“. Based on that, I did a session on the InspireX event titled: “The social (r)evolution introduced by Generation Y”.
The abstract was about: Gen Y makes up 25% of the workforce today, and their numbers are growing rapidly. These new entrants into the workforce expect even more from their work experience than their Gen X and Baby Boomer counterparts, making it really important that businesses understand the unique characteristics of this group. What technologies do they consider essential? What’s the impact of their social behavior? Are they really that social as everyone says? What about the social media trends, do we need to embrace them in the enterprise? If you want to find out more, join us at InspireX
The event was great. I’ve met lots of interesting people, I even had a talk with Marc Sluszny. How inspiring can that be? The overall feedback from that attendees was really positive! Up to the next edition.
As promised, you can find my slides at Slideshare. Enjoy!
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