QuestG Announces Peer Collaborative Project
<strong>Agoura Hills, Calif. — Oct. 18</strong><br />The next-generation worker already has arrived — with new attitudes, sense of leadership, and disruptive technologies and expectations of management. <br /><br />On a foundation of critical findings in QuestG’s 2007 investigation of the media-savvy workforce and learning, QuestG now offers a 90-day next-generation peer action group that will collectively explore the implications of and identify actions to gain competitive advantage with a new workforce.<br /><br />“Many corporations today are already feeling the discontinuity with their newest generation of workers,” CEO Jay Wagman said. “Many more have a retiring population and are just beginning to realize that they must become attractive to a new workforce.”<br /><br />QuestG is collaborating with the Next Generation Workplace and The Saint George Institute for a global call to action for CLOs and HR executives. <br /><br />This collaborative project requires minimum personal time commitment. <br /><br />Participants will explore next-generation attraction, development, retention and related business challenges using a collaborative process and tools. <br /><br />“Few companies have connected with this new segment, many companies alienate — rather than engage — by continuing with traditional management processes and development programs that the media-savvy and next-generation populations see as low value,” said Algis Leveckis, president and co-founder.