On Generations

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A new wave of change is expected in the working world, as Generation Z – those born in 1995 or later – enter the workplace and millennials occupy management positions this year.

In the audio, Azania Mosaka speaks to Trend Translator Sue Morris and takes a look at how millennials have renewed the organisational culture of businesses and the benefits thereof.

Listen: http://ewn.co.za/2017/02/21/listen-understanding-generation-z-and-generational-shifts-in-the-workplace

Monika Palmberger ~ How Generations Remember. Conflicting Histories And Shared Memories In Post-War Bosnia And Herzegovina
My study, in concentrating on the role of generational positioning, reveals that past experiences inform present stances, but also shows that it is the actor in the present that gives meaning to the past. This is also true for narratives of the past that are passed on from older to younger generations, and are then scrutinised and contextualised by the latter. It is suggested that people’s sense of continuity can deal with the inconsistencies that arise with this transfer between generations. It is this field of tension between collective and personal, and between persistence and change that is central in the discussion of generational positioning in this book.

Read:  http://rozenbergquarterly.com/monika-palmberger-how-generations-remember-conflicting-histories-and-shared-memories-in-post-war-bosnia-and-herzegovina/

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