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Today's leaders need to ensure they and their organisation has technological know-how to remain competitive and relevant.
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Thanks for sharing +Christopher Donohue
Daniel Gulati, great post!
Social Media multi-channel. It will be a main component, but I personally see it as touch points... Engaging and relevant information across any channel and at the convenience of the organizations and employees .
Organizations today will need to examine what is meant by reach and engage and whether it fits new employees that want listen and engage. It looks like organizations today are faced with some profound questions a wider variety of choices, comparisons, and previous employees reviews.
2012, ever more organizations will realize that it’s not only about getting employees (Technology Skills) to come to us, but also about us going WITH them. To answer such questions, organizations and their leaders will need to undergo the deepest self-examination.
Greetings from Brazil.
Thanks +Romero Cavalcanti . Very true. It will be interesting how leaders and organisation address this.

Last year PWC released a very insightful presentation report "Millennials at Work - The reshaping of the workforce" which provides an overview of disruptive change ahead.

How the +35YO adapt to this disruption will be a challenge and interesting to observe. The workplace and workforce will change pretty dramatically moving forward. The entire concept of work is going to become more flexible, connected and transparent. I have been to the southern part of Brazil.. Loved it..

And hello from Melbourne Australia
+Christopher Donohue, "PwC Survey: Millennials at work 2011" Very interesting. I will study it, disclose and make a post. It's a pleasure read your posts. Thank you for including me on the G+.

Brazil is lovely... Sugarloaf Mountain (in Portuguese, Pão de Açúcar), is a peak situated in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the mouth of Guanabara Bay on a peninsula that sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean. Rising 396 metres (1,299 ft) above the harbor, its name is said to refer to its resemblance to the traditional shape of concentrated refined loaf sugar.

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