Organizations must adapt to the millennial generation, in the ways they market their products and services and the ways they relate to their employees.
Join the Southern California chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) for an informative luncheon on the influence of millennials on consumer brands and the workplace. Millennials (born approximately between 1980 and 2000) are said to be different from previous generations. Among other things, they have greater social consciousness, a higher interest in work-life balance, and better developed social media skills. Organizations must adapt to this new generation, in the ways they market their products and services and the ways they relate to their employees. In this program, Nancy Tseng, director in West Monroe's Mergers & Acquisition practice, will reveal how the immense buying power of millennials should shape your organization's M&A strategy. Alec Levenson (author of What Millennials Want From Work) will report on the findings of global research on more than 25,000 millennials and 29,000 older workers in 22 countries.
Wednesday, June 20
11:00 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.