In his latest article on LinkedIn, Don Tapscott writes:
Today’s workplace should look more like a jazz band (yes, that’s a pic of me) rather than a Dilbert-style bureaucracy that looks more like a dysfunctional marching band. As Dilbert pointed out (in the best selling management book of all time) our approach to talent management is deeply flawed.
But meaningful change is beginning to happen. The digital revolution is enabling new models of collaboration that lead to better innovation and higher performance. A new generation of young workers (The Net Generation as I’ve called them) is entering the workforce and bringing a new culture. And the new business environment demands something better. This requires a rethinking of talent management.
Read the full article on LinkedIn.