A collaborative experiment by kicking off a ‘Blog Carnival’
We’ve seen a lot of change over the past years, not only with the popularity and influence of social networks and tools such as Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter, etc. With new generations of employees coming in, we have also seen new approaches and trends emerging in the work place and society at large. For example, over 64% of our over 48,000 employees already belong to the so-called ‘Generation YGeneration Y is the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s, comprising primarily the children of the baby boomers and typically perceived as increasingly familiar with digital and electronic technology. Generation Y is also referred to as the generation of millennials or digital natives’, meaning born after 1981 (read more on this topic here).
With this, we are seeing new trends in collaboration, knowledge management and learning – in the way people work together, share their knowledge and experience, and also how people develop and learn. Read on to learn how you can help us to adapt to these new changes.