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Authors Thomas Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen on how it is time to embrace the next generation.
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The Gen Z Effect
Author: Thomas Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen
First published: 2014

What it’s about: Authors Thomas Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen talk about how it is time to embrace the next generation — Gen Z — because this is where the greatest disruption in terms of technology will be seen.

Key takeaways: The Gen Z, according to the authors, is breaking generations. They identify six forces — breaking generations, hyperconnecting, slingshotting, shifting from affluence to influence, adopting the world as my classroom, lifehacking — that will shape the future of all businesses

Why read it now: Technology is advancing like never before. At the current level, technological disruption can break down the barriers of age and wealth. For businesses to thrive, they must embrace this disruption, which is possible only when generational fortresses are broken down.

Quotable quotes: We dig in our generational heels, build ideological fortresses around our worldview, and plow the trenches between us even deeper.

COMMENTS PRINT
Hardbound
A three-course meal that ended up being a bland starter with a little bit of seasoning sprinkled on top.
Niraj Dalal
Hardbound
On how happiness shares an odd relationship with entrepreneurs and on managing supply chains.
Outlook Business
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