La génération Y, c’est quoi ? La génération Y. L'intégration de la génération Y en entreprise aujourd'hui : enjeux, opportunités, obstacles. HR Today - Artikel Detail - Intelligente et ouverte sur le monde la génération Y fuit la longue durée. Social Change Leadership Network: Multigenerational Leadership. May 2009 On April 13, a diverse group of Baby Boomers, Gen X-ers, and Millenials working for social change came together to explore multi-generational leadership in the nonprofit sector.
The learning session, one of a series through RCLA's Social Change Leadership Network, was a chance for participants to work within their generation and across generations to better understand themselves and how to work with each other. Generation Y: The New Kind of Workforce. Fifty percent of world population is under 30 years old.
Generation Y is the first generation to grow up with technology; they experience technology even before romance enters their lives. They are digital natives – their whole social lives are on social networks. And that impacts their behaviors, attitudes and expectations… especially their expectations toward future employers. It seems that money isn’t one of the primary motivators for this generation. Cisco recently published its Connected World Report, the results of which are quite shocking. Generation Y Entrepreneurs. DD bloc: Partagez-vous les aspirations de la Génération Y? INFOGRAPHIC: Generation Y, Employment And Facebook. Young people are using Facebook for personal over professional reasons, yet they are friending their coworkers.
A new study by Millennial Branding, of over 50 million Facebook data points from Identified.com, uncovers that people aged 18 to 29 are inadvertently using their profiles as an extension of their professional personality, even though they are socializing with family and friends. Classement des générations. Encore d’actualité ? Why Gen Y Is Going to Change the Web. Gen Y is taking over.
The generation of young adults that's composed of the children of Boomers, Generation Jones, and even some Gen X'ers, is the biggest generation since the Baby Boomers and three times the size of Gen X. As the Boomers fade into retirement and Gen Y takes root in the workplace, we're going to see some big changes ahead, not just at work, but on the web as a whole. "Generation Y and work in the tourism and hospitality industry: problem" by Grant Cairncross and Jeremy Buultjens.
Publication details Cairncross, G & Buultjens, J 2007, 'Generation Y and work in the tourism and hospitality industry: problem?
What problem? ', Centre for Enterprise Development and Research Occasional Paper, no. 9, Southern Cross University, Coffs Harbour, NSW. Mind the gap: mapping and managing conflict in the multi-generational workforce. Principal researcher for InterGen at the Work Foundation, Dr Wilson Wong, looks at whether the evidence that each working-age generation is subject to factors that have shaped its identity is inconclusive and whether the construct of 'generations' adequately addresses such complexities as chronological age, life- or work-stage and context and methodological constraints.
He also explores how the generational theory is assumed to be true and those perceived differences makes for cross-generational conflict within organisations. He goes on to conclude that further research should focus on the contours of fairness; the principles underpinning a healthy negotiation of what is fair between generations. The Entrepreneurial Generation? Les réseaux, la force de la génération Y. Questionable Ethics And The Next Generation Of Entrepreneurs. Posted by Tom Foremski - April 19, 2011 The film "The Social Network" has helped to make startups popular among young people the world over.
It's just one factor inspiring new generations of entrepreneurs hoping to succeed through innovation and hard work. But are they learning ethical ways of doing business? The more we find out about Mark Zuckerberg and his behavior during the early days of Facebook, the more he reveals a cavalier attitude to ethics. From business to fun: What different generations do online. By Sharon Jayson, USA TODAY Teens and young adults seem to live online, but a new report by the Pew Research Center finds that other generations are catching up: Generation X primarily uses the Internet for shopping and banking; Baby Boomers for travel reservations; and the 70-plus crowd for e-mail.
The analysis released Wednesday, called "Generations Online in 2009," is based on 11 separate telephone surveys conducted between 2004 and 2008, with varied questions about Web activities, ranging from blogging to participating in an online auction to job research. The margin of error for the studies ranges from plus or minus 3 percentage points (for findings on adults) to plus or minus 4 percentage points (for findings on teens.) "Generation Y is the most likely to be engaged in all the various activities — communication, entertainment, e-commerce and entertainment-seeking," says Susannah Fox, the report's co-author and associate director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project. Conférence gratuite sur la génération Y : le portrait robot des digital natives.
Les petits déjeuners du Web d’Orange Business Services, nos lecteurs connaissent bien désormais.
Je les ai créés il y a maintenant 2 ans dans un but d’ouverture et de partage, puis, en début de cette année 2010, je les ai également ouverts à l’extérieur de l’entreprise afin de rendre ce partage encore plus enrichissant. Le prochain petit déjeuner, le 5ème du genre, est intitulé Digital Natives : mythes ou réalité. Initialement prévue le 22 octobre, et annulée pour cause de grèves, cette conférence aura donc bien lieu le 18 janvier 2011 DE 8H300 10H30 à Orange Stadium (en face du RER B, La Plaine Stade de France). La génération Y n'existe pas. Publié le 02/12/2010 Attention, cet article a été publié le 02/12/2010.
Generation Y 2.0 - Le premier blog sur la génération Y et le Management 2.0 - Benjamin Chaminade. Génération Y : Invention ou realité? French schools creating next generation web entrepreneurs. Two new Internet skills schools are starting up in Paris in the autumn. Their founders have said people need to be trained from school to work in web enterprises ranging from e-commerce to social networking, and that they will help create a shared European Web culture.
Three of France's most successful Web entrepreneurs are founding the European Internet School, the Ecole Europeenne des Metiers de l'Internet (EEMI). Xavier Niel, who started telecoms company Iliad, Marc Simoncini the founder of dating website Meetic and Jacques Antoine Granjon who runs e-commerce company Vente-Privee, have already had nearly 100 applications for the first class of students who'll be arriving for the three-year course in the autumn.
They'll be learning design, graphics, Web-marketing, IT and business skills. The schools want to test practical skills rather than academic theories. Being an entrepreneur – MaRS: Building Canada's next generation of growth companies. The word “entrepreneur” is used quite a lot when discussing new technology ideas and startup businesses. But what, really, is an entrepreneur? And how do you tell if you have the characteristics to become one yourself? Many people dream about being their own boss or having their own company but may not have the personality or skills to make it work. Génération X. Chaque génération s’est nourri de ce qui s’est passé dans le monde, dans son quotidien. L’internet est le nouveau territoire d’expérience apparut réellement au début des années 90. Il est très intéressant de noter que l es deux dernières générations (X et Y) ont chacune donné naissance à une génération du Web (1 et 2) . Le Web 1 a en effet, été créé par des étudiants et de jeunes chercheurs de l’époque.
Génération X, génération Y - les nouvelles du front dans un grand verre de vinaigre. Parmi les tentatives de classification des être humains, il en est une que je reconnais bien sympathique, c’est la classification par génération. Generation Next index. 30 Under 30: The Coolest Young Entrepreneurs in America. John Paulson already has lots to worry about: turbulence in the stock market, a rocky economy and volatile gold prices.
As the hedge-fund manager suffers through the worst losses of his career, Mr. Paulson now is facing a flock of vulture investors who hope he will be forced to conduct a fire sale of stock and debt holdings. Rival hedge funds, brokers and other firms are combing through Paulson & Co.'s investments, trying to anticipate what Mr. Paulson might sell if he needs to return cash to investors. According to traders, some firms have been selling investments they have in common with Mr. Meanwhile, other firms are approaching Mr. Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30 for 2007. Entrepreneurs-under-14: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance. Not your grandfather's entrepreneur. With the Internet bringing information to our fingertips anywhere at anytime, standing on the shoulders of giants has never been so easy.
Instead of dusty libraries and ad hoc basement workshops, sites like Entrepreneur Connect, StartupNation and PartnerUp allow innovators to share information and collaborate on projects like never before. While creative types of all ages use these services, sites like Young Entrepreneur exist specifically for the younger generation of business owners looking to make it on their own. The result? Kid millionaires. Nature vs. Those who are uncomfortable with the idea of kids making a ton of money may be quick to dismiss the young entrepreneurs, arguing that it's just another example of parents living their dreams through their children. The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy One thing is certain: our society is fascinated with prodigies, and successful young entrepreneurs capture the attention of the public. Social Entrepreneurs 2011: How a Business Can Change the World. Start a company.
Change the world. It used to be that if you wanted to make a difference, you joined a nonprofit. And if you wanted to make money, you launched a business. These days, it's not so simple. The questionable ethics of founders and the next generation of startups. The film "The Social Network" has helped to make startups popular among young people the world over. It's just one factor inspiring new generations of entrepreneurs hoping to succeed through innovation and hard work. But are they learning ethical ways of doing business? The more we find out about Mark Zuckerberg and his behavior during the early days of Facebook, the more he reveals his cavalier use of ethics. Definition. Génération Y : comment s'en sortir ? GenY et management. Dossier sur la génération Y (YOU) Formation Conseil. Gen Y makes a mark and their imprint is entrepreneurship. By Sharon Jayson, USA TODAY They've got the smarts and the confidence to get a job, but increasing numbers of the millennial generation — those in their mid-20s and younger — are deciding corporate America just doesn't fit their needs.
So armed with a hefty dose of optimism, moxie and self-esteem, they are becoming entrepreneurs. "People are realizing they don't have to go to work in suits and ties and don't have to talk about budgets every day," says Ben Kaufman, 20, founder of a company that makes iPod accessories. "They can have a job they like. Gen Y Entrepreneurs: More Likely to Succeed in Recession.
Les moins de 30 ans n’ont pas peur de l’entrepreneuriat. Un jeune sur deux souhaite créer son entreprise. Ask an Expert: Gen Y ready to get into the game. Génération Y : les études 2009. Generation Y's goal? Wealth and fame. Little is the new big: Top trends of small business. Ask an Expert: Top 10 trends in small business continued. Ask an Expert: Freelancing is easier than ever because of technology, attitudes.