The secret behind Generation Y's leadership deficit

10/5/2009 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

Members of Generation Y are less adept at handling ambiguity, Jason Seiden writes. That doesn't just make them more difficult to manage, he suggests, it may require a complete rethinking of what leadership means. Companies will have to readjust their organizational charts to put decision-making power in the hands of the few people on staff who can handle it, while career paths will become more structured, he argues.

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