Bridging The Boomer--Xer Gap: Creating Authentic Teams for High Performance at Work * Empowerment - licensing - 184 pages
This is a newly digitized 2019 edition of the classic 2002 book, authored by Hank B. Karp, and his colleagues Danilo Sirias and Connie Fuller. Bridging the Boomer-Xer Gap separates fact from fiction about what it takes to effectively integrate these two generations into high performance teams. Hardcover book sold for $27.95.
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A team of different-generation workers has a broader perspective, will brainstorm better, and generates more alternatives.
-- Dayton Daily News
Dynamic and informative work, enhanced with research. Stereotypes are justifiably dismissed and replaced with solid strategies for promoting teamwork.
-- Midwest Book Review
Lays out management strategies that will lead to effective teamwork.
-- Washington Business Journal
Offers a four-phase process for building authentic teams, advice for coaching them, and conflict avoidance and resolution techniques.
-- The Business Reader Review
Offers effective new model for managing the integration of Boomers and Xers for high levels of productivity and job satisfaction.
-- Atlanta Catalyst Magazine
Separates fact from fiction. Timely book. True-to-life account of the modern workplace.
-- Clinical Leadership & Management Review, January/February 2003
Sound recommendations are fortified by case studies. A useful tool, great fun, a quick read for Xers and Boomers alike.
-- Inside Business
Gold winner (1st place) for Best Business Book in 2002 from ForeWord Magazine.
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