As software innovation progresses, implementation strategies for all levels of experience must adjust. Millennials are demonstrating software fluency far beyond experienced professionals. While the millennial population is using the software to model in areas they have minimal experience in, the experienced generation is routinely trying to adopt the technology for traditional workflows. Where these trends intersect, organizations can maximize the abilities of experienced engineers, designers, owners, and operators, as well as recent graduates and new hires. This class will address how to implement strategies to transfer experience and knowledge from seasoned professionals to software proficient Millennials, and how to transfer technological capabilities from Millennials to those with decades of experience. This class will focus on addressing this trend in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) and Media & Entertainment industries, and provide strategies on how to address the challenge as a path toward future growth and innovation.
- Learn how to identify a technological gap versus a generational gap
- Learn how to implement communication strategies between experienced professionals and new hires
- Learn how to provide an outlet for millennial innovation techniques
- Learn how to maximize the strengths of both the technologically advanced and the experienced professional