Business management 2-6

ScenarioYou work for a company that has employees from each of the five generations: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z. Because there is a great deal of generational diversity in your company, your managers have sometimes struggled to effectively communicate with their teams. In order to help your colleagues, you decide to put together a part of a training plan to discuss the importance of managing a diverse workforce and provide guidance to managers.
InstructionsCreate a training plan that:
Researches and summarizes each of the five generations in the workforce:
Traditionalists
Baby Boomers
Generation X
Millennials
Generation Z
Identifies effective strategies for communicating with, motivating, and supporting a generationally diverse workforce.
How does each generation prefer to communicate?
How do you keep them engaged?
Examines the benefits that companies have experienced employing multigenerational workforces and why these are important for organizational success.
Analyzes potential communication and collaboration challenges that could occur among the different generations and why these are important to understand when managing a diverse workforce.
Be sure the training plan displays proper grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, and credible sources cited in APA format.
ResourcesWriting Lab
Grammarly
APA Guide
Gale (topic overviews)
Discovery (articles and ebooks)
Business via ProQuest (articles)