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Journal of Management Research and Analysis

Managing generation Y in the pursuit of creating an effective organisation

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Author Details : Kiran R. Jagnani*, Bhumika Achhnani

Volume : 6, Issue : 3, Year : 2019

Article Page : 150-153

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Generation Y is defined by "the eager to grow". They are highly educated and competitive. Born in the era of internet and high-speed communication, these individuals are used to working at a fast pace, are at ease with sourcing information and highly adaptable when it comes to change. Because of their modern approach, they will question their leaders’ old ways of doing business. They are highly productive and will challenge the ways of their superiors if the messages are not consistent. Profile of Generation Y and their learning styles and expectations are very different from earlier generations. The flexibility & multitasking and teamwork support and influence the behavior of generation Y in the workplace while technology, cultural acceptance and being independent do not support to enhance their performance. This paper suggests the practices which are found to be effective in managing this generation.

Keywords: Generation Y, Effective HR management, Future organisations.

Doi : 10.18231/j.jmra.2019.031

How to cite : Jagnani K R, Achhnani B, Managing generation Y in the pursuit of creating an effective organisation. J Manag Res Anal 2019;6(3):150-153

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