Understanding Generation Y in Project Teams
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Each project team has its own culture composed of many individual personalities and characteristics. These characteristics are at times impacted by the individuals generation. Baby Boomers are the largest generation by volume. Second in volume is Generation Y with birth years from 1980’s – late 1990’s. As more Baby Boomers enter into retirement Gen-Y will soon become the largest generation in the workforce. Project Managers are bound to work with this growing group of individuals.
This presentation will focus on who and what is Gen Y. What practical tools and tips could be used as a PM to ensure you are getting the best out of Gen-Y team members.
Fairview Park Marriott
3111 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA, 22042
DateImmediately before the Chapter Dinner Meeting. at 5:30pm.
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About the Speakers
Mr. Edjlali has previously been a Project Manager at Northrop Grumman and provided management consulting services to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He also has a blog where he speaks on specific topics related to project management (www.fuzzytarget.wordpress.com).
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