A Generational Gap in Work Philosophy Name Institution Professor Course title Date 1. “A Generational Gap in Work Philosophy” Commentary by Baxter Black (3:22 run time) 2. “Generational Differences in the Workplace” Interview with CEO Fred Miller and President Corey Jamison from the Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group (7:06 run time) Using the following table indicate the steps you could take to increase the performance quality of each generation of workers in your organization within the job-related categories below. Boomers Gen X Millennial (Gen Y) Communication Skills -They use advanced tools like desktop computers (81%) landline phone (84%) fax (74%) mobile phones (66%) laptops (44%) and the PDAs with organization. • Skill assessment. This is creating a visual assessment of the employees just before and after the training. The performance and the skill improvement can be tied to training through testing the learned skills the trainer should be in a position to tell whether the learner is well equipped with the skills and can be given certain problem to handle or he/she is yet the up to the task. For instance you may test a sales person just before and after the training to see the delta. Each of the above methods can be an effective measure to know the effectiveness of the training in an organization. [...]
This a HR course in training and employee development. The coursework looks at a comparison of generation work differences with an opinion of the best training practice seen.