Setting knowledge profiles for different generations of employees

There is quite a number of challenges that today’s businesses have to face, one of the greatest being tackling the great diversity of their workforce – whether this is determined by geography, ideology, or age.

In a constantly evolving corporate environment, veteran employees find themselves working in teams lead by their significant juniors. It’s the new way of the corporate ladder, climbed faster by talent and skill than by extended loyalty.

Read more: How to facilitate knowledge transfer between generations

In these unprecedented circumstances, instructional designers have to come up with learning materials that, if not altogether fit for all, have at least something appealing for every type of learner.

Setting knowledge profiles for different generations of employees

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