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I have progressed from a role within the factory by doing an excellent job as a traffic planner.
I took all the information gain by talking to people and being in the loop within the factory.
The 2018 Deloitte Millennial Survey reveals a few concerns for employers who are looking to this group to fill future leadership ranks.
One issue: Millennials want employers to more aggressively prepare their organizations and employees for the changes that Industry 4.0 is effecting.
In addition, millennials’ opinions about business’ motivations and ethics, which had trended up the past two years, retreated dramatically this year, as did their sense of loyalty.
Adding to the projected attrition is the draw of the gig economy as an alternative or adjunct to their jobs.
Many of our clients have had success with shifting the responsibility for identifying and selecting the opportunities to the candidates themselves.
The advantages to having candidates drive this process includes: It is impossible to overestimate the potential of the right Stretch Assignment to contribute to the development of your leadership candidates.
I took in account what the factory could do and what our customer expectations were which allowed us to plan what was needed and by when to meet what the customer actually needed.
Being new to the sales role I have had to take myself out the information loop and learn a new role.