Shemetkova O.L. (Шеметкова Ольга Леонидовна), Koryagina I.A. (Корягина Инга Анатольевна), Petitjean Jean-Luc (Петитжан Жан-Люк), Alekseenko E.O. (Алексеенко Екатерина Олеговна), Korolev G.V. (Королёв Григорий Вячеславович)
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow (ФГБОУ ВО «РЭУ им. Г.В. Плеханова»
Шеметкова Ольга Леонидовна
The attitude of different generations to work and management to their subordinates is particularly relevant in modern conditions, when for the first time in history in one place can work up to five generations: the Silent Generation, Baby-boomers, as well as generations X, Y and Z. Scientists who analyze these generations, note that it is necessary to apply different management methods and approaches to them.
The aim of this study is to analyze the attitude of different generations to work and methods of their management, in order to maximize the constructive adaptation of existing companies to modern market conditions.
The study analyzes the prevailing theoretical ideas about different generations and presents the results of empirical research that help to explain these differences. In addition, the aspects that motivate employers to find individual approaches to representatives of different generations which will provide the most effective outcome of their common work, considered.
The topic of management of different generations is likely to be relevant all the time. This is due to the fact one team has always had, has and will have different age employees who somehow affect the dynamics of any single company. It is important to understand that the categories of generations are arbitrary social structures, so the approaches to their management, motivational models and methods of communication on the part of administration must constantly change, adapting to the trends of the time.
Конкурс, в котором автор работы принял участие: High Goals – 2019: открытый международный конкурс инициативных научно-исследовательских проектов
Отрасль наук: Экономические науки
Форма представления работы: Научная статья
Дата публикации работы: 12.04.2019