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Category: Futuring, Demographics, Generations

Hayim Herring
Hayim Herring joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the extra degree of difficulty managers have today because there are five different generational expectations in the workplace, including the implications of technology on all of this.
Hayim Herring
Hayim Herring joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why modern managers have never had to manage so many different generations of workers, and how to deal with the new expectations and technology.
Chris Farrell
Chris Farrell joins Jim Blasingame to report on how the Baby Boomer generation is putting full retirement off more than past generations in favor of starting new businesses.
Dave Anderson
Dave Anderson joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the fact that we have the most generationally diverse workplace ever, and how to deal with delivering tough love to each generation.
Faith Whittier
Dr. Faith Whittier joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the reasons that the Baby Boomer generation are taking control of their own health care issues and solutions.
Chris Moschovitis
Chris Moschovitis joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that artificial intelligence and its relationship to privacy will be an increasing part of your business world next year.
Pamela Harper
Pam Harper joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why every CEO’s primary job is to have a plan for how the company will be relevant in the future, especially regarding customer expectations.
Ruth Sherman
Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current crisis of lack of qualified workers, and state correctly that all generations have to work together in the workplace with the understanding that each group has something valuable to offer.
Ruth Sherman
Ruth Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to propose that many of the messages we’re getting about older Americans cast a negative light on their relevance in the workplace, which is not only invalid, but also not good economics.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to report on new developments that could take plastic recycling back to the molecular level, which would create many new application implications for recycling our waste packaging.

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