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6 traps to avoid when closing the generation gap in communications

Nagi Kasinadhuni, General Manager, Communications, at Dimension Data APAC | April 20, 2016
Nagi Kasinadhuni of Dimension Data APAC talks about the six communications traps to avoid, especially when trying to engage three very distinct groups of individuals within an organisation – the Baby Boomers, Generation Xs, and Millennials.

Trap #6: Taking a short term view of ongoing disruption.
Agility, scale, flexibility - do your current business deployment models cater to these three factors now, and in the future? How do you make sure your employees are adopting and using new communications and collaboration technology effectively and efficiently? The one thing we can be sure of is that the technology gap between millennials and the next generation will be even wider, and that digital technology is redefining the world of business every day. To stay ahead of this, your businesses will need to have a long-term roadmap to stay ahead of their competitors.

With the right investments and independent expertise, organisations can ensure they meet the needs of the different generations in the workplace. The right communications and collaboration tools and operating on the most-appropriate platform can help enterprises be more competitive, relevant, and productive.


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