Best Free MOOCs In Business For August

Managing a Multigenerational and Diverse Workforce

School: IEEE and Rutgers

Platform: edX

Registration Link: REGISTER HERE

Start Date: August 31, 2016 (3 Weeks)

Workload: 1-3 Hours Per Week

Instructor: Dr. Bill Castellano

Credentials: Castellano is associate dean of the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations. He has been a professor at Rutgers since 2009 and has headed the school’s Center for HR Strategy and Center for Management Development. He is also the author of 2013’s Practices For Engaging The 21st Century Workforce. Before entering academia, he spent over 25 years in corporate leadership positions, including being the vice president of organization development and senior vice president of global staffing at Merrill Lynch and chief marketing officer at Castel Associates.

Graded: By successfully completing all required courses, students can purchase a verified certificate for $49.

Description: Millennials are self-obsessed and demand constant attention. Baby boomers can’t adapt to change, let alone work in teams. Gen-X doesn’t respect the rules. Yes, every generation has unique characteristics. However, their differences in experiences, priorities, and skills can create both conflict and opportunity. And these generational complexities are only exacerbated as the world grows more global and the workforce becomes more culturally diverse.

In this course, students will examine the evolving demographic and social trends that are rewriting the rules of today’s workplace. In particular, students will look at the values defining baby boomers, Gen-X, and baby busters, along with their impact on interoffice dynamics and management strategy. The course will cover various cultural differences, along with providing a toolkit for engaging these various groups.

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