How Companies Are Managing the Millennial Generation

As multinationals seek to become bigger, faster and stronger to compete on the global stage, they’re launching new corporate development programs to mobilize their workforce. And their efforts are reaching far beyond out-dated cushy executive retreats.

Companies have employed all types of wide-reaching programs to help their workforce learn, grow and lead, which in turn helps with talent retention and recruitment. A range of leadership development opportunities have opened up, from online learning to corporate coaching, from traditional classrooms to virtual reality experiences. Each organization is experimenting with new initiatives.

Jason Wingard, chief learning officer at Goldman Sachs, sat down with Knowledge@Wharton to explain the pros and cons behind different programs being employed to encourage learning across vast organizations. Wingard, who was previously the vice dean of executive education at Wharton, also gives insights into what kinds of programs make millennials tick, and what initiatives effectively foster leadership development.

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