That was true of the baby boomer generation of greeks, now in their 50s and 60s, and the baby boomer politicians but those just coming of age today will never get a bite they will just get a bill and they know it. The clash of generations will tell you things you never knew and hoped you'd never learn they are straight truths about our country's relentless expropriation of the next generation that will either land young and old alike in an early economic grave or culminate in generational war.
These four generations will clash in the workplace unless there is a present unifying force the challenge that organizations face is find that unifying forceshow more content the four generations of workers are the seniors, the baby boomers, generation x, and generation y. For example, in our study, just 44 percent of millennials and 54 percent of generation xers (those born between 1965 and 1980) believed that maintaining superior military power should be a very important foreign policy goal of the united states, compared to 64 percent of baby boomers and 70 percent of the silent generation.
A clash of generations over american leadership america's generational gap has the potential to redefine the role that the united states plays in the world. The clash of generations is so well written that scott burns and laurence kotlikoff should be considered the stieg larsson of economics but there is one difference: the horror story they tell—about the debts that burden the young—are not fictional.
The findings reveal that generations share many opinions about international threats, foreign policy goals, and the best approaches to engaging the world yet, each generation from the silent generation onward entered adulthood somewhat less supportive of expansive american internationalism, with more recent generations expressing lower support for militarized approaches to achieve foreign policy goals.
Clash of the generations: managing the new workplace reality by valerie m grubb case studies and strategies for more effective multi-generational management clash of the generations explores this new and increasingly common workplace phenomenon, and provides strategies to help managers navigate this ever more complex maze.