Planners Redesign Experiences and Content Delivery to Meet New Expectations By Mark Rowh

The differences among generations are common points of discussion. Whether it’s seniors confused by the priorities of grandchildren or supervisors baffled by the habits of their younger employees, there always seems to be some degree of generational divide.

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How to Understand and Make the Most of the Differences Among the Ages By Mark Rowh

Knowing how to accommodate generational differences in preferences and expectations results in effective collaboration.

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Engaging Four Distinctly Diverse Sets of Values, Attitudes, Lifestyles and Communication Styles By Maura Keller

More than two-thirds of planners say the multigenerational work force will change the way they design meetings over the next five years.

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How Hotels Are Changing to Attract Millennial Meetings By Patrick Simms

From designer staff uniforms to nontraditional event spaces and cutting-edge technology, more hotels are catering to Gen Y preferences.

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The Gen Y FactorApril 1, 2015
Millennials Are ‘Leading the Charge’ for Meeting Innovations By Sara Churchville

Now that millennials are expected to outnumber baby boomers this year, their proclivities and preferences are of paramount interest to, well, everyone.

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Of the many things a meeting planner must think about today, one of the most important — and most often overlooked — is how generational and cultural differences among attendees can impact an event.

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