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Review: When Millennials Take Over

Spark Consulting

I recently had the opportunity to read a review copy of When Millennials Take Over , a new book by Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant of Culture That Works designed to help us get past the freak out and to a “ridiculously optimistic” view of the future of work.

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The Key to Attracting Millennials

Association Success

I am not an expert on Millennials, but I have three daughters aged 22, 20 and 18 so I am definitely gaining some basic understanding of how they think. I have also studied, in a previous life as a designer, how technology changes the way that the generation react to the world around them. Technology sets certain expectations that young kids take for granted and apply to every instance where they encounter similar experiences. That growth came from the Millennials.

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The Trick to Innovating with Gen Y

YourMembership Blog

Corporate + Social. Technology. How Do You Innovate With Millennials? May 31st, 2012 | Posted in Member Engagement + Retention , Social Media and Business Trends. Innovating with millennials sounds like a no-brainer. Corporate + Social.

Why Millennials Join Associations and What Associations Can Do to Keep Them

Association Adviser

Despite popular sentiment that millennials are disinterested in joining traditional professional associations, young people are uniquely positioned to benefit from association membership in important ways. Educational and professional resources : millennials love to learn.

Follow These Tips To Engage Millennials In Your Conference Experience

Velvet Chainsaw

Millennials are eager to connect, participate and give says the 2013 Millennial Impact Report by Achieve. Since 2009, the report has focused on Millennial behaviors that would interest many nonprofits and conference organizers including trends in communication, service and giving.

Strategies To Create Conferences That Angry Millennials Love To Attend

Velvet Chainsaw

Millennials are angry, vocal and hungry for social change says Nancy Lublin , CEO of and Umair Haque , director of Havas Media Labs in a September 2013 Fast Company article. Attracting Angry Millennials. Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored Conference 2013.

The Technological Divide: Leap or Fall?

Association Adviser

For the first time in history, four distinct generations of adults are now socializing, communicating and actively participating in the workplace. Four distinct generations of adults are now socializing, communicating and actively participating in the workplace. Gen Y or Millennials. Grew up with all media (including cable, VCR, video). In spite of how smart I think I am, it has taken me a long time to adjust to all the technology inventions. Tom Hubler.

For One Planner, Innovation Means Thinking Like Attendees

Associations Now

Alice Mathu of IAAPA shares how innovation can include comfort, sustainability and trying the latest technology. To create innovative and interactive meetings, planners around the nation are raising the bar on productivity and capitalizing on attendee experience.

Proven Tactics to Recruit, Retain and Unleash Millennial Talent


By 2025, Millennials will comprise 75% of the global workforce. A vast majority of these Millennials want to work for organizations that foster innovative thinking, develop their skills, and make a positive contribution to society. Millennial’s Employer Criteria.

What Associations Need to Know About Technology

Association Adviser

” Thanks to social media, 4G, iProducts, broadband, wireless, the cloud, Big Data, Skype and apps, we’re now more connected than ever. You don’t have to be the first to market or the earliest adopter of new technology. Technology cuts both ways. By Hank Berkowitz.

When Millennials Take Over by Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant

Eric Lanke

Well, they are the things that Millennials look for in the workplace. Indeed, as the provocative book title suggests, they are not just the things Millennials look for, they are the way Millennials will shape and run things when they are in charge.

Reads of the Week: March 29, 2013

Reid All About it

It usually introduces me to well-written posts that I might have missed during the week, usually about the intersection of life and technology. People are too creative and innovative to not make it work. Tagged: Content Marketing , Digital Media , Web and Social Media , Website.

Seeking Some Meetings Innovation? Ask Attendees.

Associations Now

How associations can take cues from what one hotel brand recently did to encourage new ideas and innovations from guests and apply them to their meetings. The first is an Innovation Lab at its Bethesda, Maryland, headquarters. Hold a Meetings Innovation Contest.

Association Chat: The Digital Organization

KiKi L'Italien's Acronym Soup

I''ve been reading an excellent book by Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant, When Millennials Take Over , that identifies four capacities for the future of business: Digital, Clear, Fluid, and Fast. How does your org support innovation?

The Hourglass Blog: A Prescription for Innovation

The Hourglass Blog

A Prescription for Innovation. This is part of an on-going dialogue between Eric Lanke and Jeff De Cagna on the work of the WSAE Innovation Task Force and the status of innovation in the association community. Hence our generic definition of innovation. Innovation.

What fundraisers Need To Know About Next Era of Digital Technology

Beth Kanter

Marcelo explained how the ecosystem is evolving, pointing out big trends like the rise of Millennials and Gen-Z, highlighting one of the most inspiring social changemakers like Greta. I spoke about how the technology is evolving and future implications.

The Hourglass Blog: We're All Millennials Now

The Hourglass Blog

Were All Millennials Now. Its almost as if the themes of leadership and innovation have taken over. They have no problem using technology, having entered the work force just as computers were becoming mainstream. Developing Millennial Leaders. Innovation.

The Hourglass Blog: Learning Innovation from the Mayo Clinic

The Hourglass Blog

Learning Innovation from the Mayo Clinic. Heres another great HBR post describing another set of "principles of innovation." The HBR post describes several strategies employed by the very famous and very innovative Mayo Clinic. Combination Innovation. Innovation.

Are Businesses Ready for True Reinvention?


Media and information is pulling it in different directions. Those organizations that have the luxury of large media expenditure will continuously outshine those companies who are rationalizing and making marketing more accountable for every dollar. Social is a Mindset.

Tech13 via Twitterverse: Day 1


“How many of you are tired of going to technology conferences and talking about social media?” >>What should we do about controlling mobile and social information? >>How can we use technology to get value out of our digital landfills?>>How

What Smart Associations Do Differently

Association Adviser

Also look at learning preferences, technology adoption and topic interests. Technology is not synonymous for innovation; some associations are having breakthroughs by going back to old tech. In response to this challenge, some associations have made impressive gains in their adoption of technology, particularly in the areas of mobile, social media, video, online learning, connectivity and more. Hank Berkowitz, Association Adviser.

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Building Buy-In for an Online Community at Your Association

Higher Logic

This is how you can prove your new member community will be a valuable technology investment. Many associations are looking to technology to help them achieve various goals like millennial recruitment and maximizing staff resources. Objection 2: Social Media.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.22.19

Reid All About it

Tue 2/26 at 12 p.m.* – The Role of Social Media in Advocacy (Washington DC Idea Swap). Many of yesterday’s young members, the Millennials, have grown in their careers and in their understanding of the value association membership provides.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 04.26.19

Reid All About it

The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Millennials and Gen Z are joiners but only if they believe the ROI your association offers is worth the short-term sacrifice to their budget. Marshal Carper, Social Media Examiner ).

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.21.18

Reid All About it

Association Adviser shares the story of Guillermo Ortiz de Zarate , Chief Innovation and Information Officer for NCARB, who created Lineup, a software platform that helps organizations efficiently manage talent and form teams (and committees) with diverse strengths.

Daily Buzz: Low-Commitment Ways to Implement Event Tech

Associations Now

Meeting technology can go a long way in creating an exclusive event experience, but it can be expensive to implement. Also: how to market webinars for millennials. Most technologies have features that run from simple to complex, so start with simple add-ons.

OpenBadges: Increasing Visibility of Association Education

WBT Systems

Describing the appeal of digital badges, the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory ( HASTAC ) says, “ Digital badges are a powerful new tool for identifying and validating the rich array of people’s skills, knowledge, accomplishments, and competencies.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.15.17

Reid All About it

Dave Coriale at DelCor Technology Solutions isn’t one to use that kind of language in public but he did share 12 steps association CEOs can take to avoid becoming the next Equifax —and avoid getting the axe. – Advocacy in a Social Media World.

What Smart People Are Saying About Our New Book

Jamie Notter

I wanted to share (with some pride, I must admit) what some super smart people are saying about our book, When Millennials Take Over, upon reading an advance copy. Whatever you think of Millennials, they’ve arrived during a tectonic shift in management.

Thursday Buzz: One Way to Respond When Celebrities Criticize

Associations Now

At this year’s SXSW conference , Mark Cuban, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team, said that he would not want to be a CPA right now because advances in automation technology don’t bode well for the future of that profession. Social media across the generations.

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It!


I wanted to share (with some pride, I must admit) what some super smart people are saying about our book, When Millennials Take Over, upon reading an advance copy. Whatever you think of Millennials, they’ve arrived during a tectonic shift in management.

Mind The Gap

Association Success

We need to bridge the chasm between the Industrial Era workplace and the Millennial workforce. But the real reason why everyone has questioned and disliked and avoided the Millennials isn’t because they’re Millennials – it’s because they are the personification of change.

Trends Impacting eLearning Solutions for Associations in 2017

WBT Systems

With so many blog posts and articles, how do you wade through all the predictions to uncover what trends will directly impact your association’s learning technology strategy this year? ” Social and Collaborative Learning.

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How to Build a Company Culture That Works


We have a specific interest in and focus on culture change related to technology change, but we also have expertise in conflict, generational differences, and leadership development. ———– Social Media Culture Alignment Workshop.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.22.19

Reid All About it

Dan Hickey at DelCor describes the seven steps your association should take when building a technology project team. At this Coffee Talk, we’ll share strategies for building deeper, year-round engagement through your digital channels – web, mobile, email and social.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.5.17

Reid All About it

Tue 5/9 at 12 p.m.* – Spark Your Innovation Engine. Is your association starting to focus more on innovation? How can you foster a culture of innovation? AENC Technology Roundtable (Raleigh NC).

“The Beach Was too Sandy”—Happy Members Are a Nonnegotiable


Technology is driving the most visible disruption. She is an evidence-based creator, innovator and marketer with 17 years of experience in the public and private sector. Millennials are especially comfortable with this type of interaction. Social media.

Build a Journey to Yes Using Marketing Automation


Technology creates paradoxes that are as upside down as Alice’s adventures in Wonderland. Don’t forget social media. Email, social media, web and even paid advertising can be consolidated and reported on from one platform.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 7.18.16

Reid All About it

Innovation today is moving at light speed and to deliver a world class member experience your association needs to be able to leverage a strong platform to take you there. From Millennials to Boomers: Connecting with Members at Every Age. Host: Vanguard Technology. Ah, the beach.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 11.10.17

Reid All About it

Rather than robots thwarting personal interactions, AI technologies could prove integral to keeping our interactions with members valuable and relevant.”. Learn from each other and exchange stories of project successes across all departments – marketing, membership, education and technology.