Thursday, August 12, 2010

Put Woodstock on the book's cover

Then it'll hit the NYT best seller list in a week.
What is the premise of the book? One aspect of the book is about the baby boomer generation. As they move toward retirement, there are methods an organization can use to capture and transfer their knowledge to the next generation of workers.

I'm actually gaining much sympathy for boomers that have been laid off. The prospects of them getting re-hired in a position equivalent to what they once held is near impossible. Gonna be some bumpy retirements for them if they're able to retire at all.


Bag Blog said...

I was a little young for Woodstock, but I had a friend who skipped school and went to a Janis Joplin concert - How cool was that?!

You are only feeling sorry for us Boomers since you are getting closer to geezerhood yourself - heh.

Wek said...

Haha! No doubt I am. Getting gray on the chin whiskers these days.