Greetings, Boston SIM Members,
Topic: Generations in the Workforce
Andy Nemtzow will lead an interactive discussion about how different American generations have sometimes been categorized accurately, but often not in the context of the work environment. Does your generation really make a difference regarding how you “show up” at work, what motivates you, how you interact with others, and how you do your work? There will be a greater focus on the millennial generation and their entrance into the workplace over the past decade.
To that end, Andy will be joined by a few of his millennial colleagues from Bose just to spice things up a bit. How do you think the three generations that are in the workplace today can best understand each other and work most effectively? Bring your ideas, but be careful as there is always a risk of categorizing/stereotyping any group.
Andy is a Senior Program Manager in Corporate Information Services at Bose Corporation. He is responsible for key strategic vendor relationships, college rotation program, corporate sustainability, and various Lean Six Sigma improvement initiatives. Prior to this Andy has held senior IT roles responsible for IT strategy, quality assurance, vendor management, communications, talent management, and financial planning. He has an MBA from Bentley University and a BS from the University of Rhode Island and has been an adjunct professor at the graduate and undergraduate level.
Time Activity and Location
4:00 to 4:30 PM Registration and networking at Babson Hall room 320B
4:30 to 6:00 PM Topic discussion
6:15 to 8:00 PM Delicious buffet dinner at the Babson Executive Dining Room
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We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
Steve Novick and Andy Nemtzow
Co-Facilitators, Boston Practitioners Roundtable
PO Box 998
Upton, MA 01568