In my last column, I talked about the watershed changes that are taking place in our businesses, and in the offices and homes we manage as a new generation—Gen Y—becomes the predominant workforce population. The growing presence of the new generation is forcing major changes in the way we conduct our business, and today’s senior executives cannot succeed unless
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