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The next generation of project managers isn’t satisfied with the status quo—and leaders must be ready to adapt. Guests discuss how they encourage collaboration across age groups, and a PMO director from Slack outlines how to recruit and retain young talent.
Ilinca Rolea, a junior project manager for the IT firm Cameo Global in Brussels, Belgium outlines the type of professional support she wants her managers to provide.
Andy Almenara, the PMO head for Australia’s Special Broadcasting Service in Sydney explains how proactive planning keep his multigenerational team firing on all cylinders.
Manny Ventura, PMP, the director of the business operations PMO at Slack in San Francisco, California, USA, discusses how organizations can encourage team members from different generations to build on each others’ strengths.
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Key Themes: [00:30] The multigenerational workforce [02:30] The art of communication [04:19] Setting clear expectations [06:30] Reverse mentoring [08:50] A Gen Z perspective [12:23] Competing for young project talent [16:00] Accommodating different work styles [18:56] How to spark collaboration across age groups
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