For example, a Baby Boomer is approximately half as likely as a member of Generation Y or Generation X to own a smartphone. Only eight percent of younger Baby Boomers and six percent of older Baby Boomers say they use a mobile device for work E-mail, compared with 12 percent of Gen Xers. Understanding how different generations interact with technology will help you tailor your implementation and training strategies so that all employees can make the most of your initiatives.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Please use texting as your main form of communication. Please?
Okay, it took me forever to own a cellphone, but it's obvious that texting is the most efficient way to communicate 95% of all dialogue. I'm at a point where if someone calls me I don't answer, let it go to voicemail, listen to their voicemail and then send a response back via text. Got it baby boomers?