Organisations are increasingly leveraging diversity to drive success, with generational diversity beginning to take centre stage. How will the arrival of Generation Z impact today’s working culture and how do you combine the wisdom of age with the exuberance of youth?
An inter-generational panel explores the impact of five generations working alongside each other for the first time. Presenting their own experiences of building successful careers, and drawing on workplace innovations, the panellists offer creative new ideas for individuals of any generation to capitalise on opportunities at work, overcome challenges, and boost their collegiality.
This event marks 30 years since the foundation of the CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education.
Lorraine Ansell (@LAvoiceart) is an award-nominated voiceover artist and studio engineer. She previously worked for L’Oréal, YSL and Amnesty International and is a LSE/ESADE CEMS Alumna.
Saj Jetha (@Saj_Jetha) is founder of the multi award-winning talent consultancy, The Smarty Train with the mission is to Unlock Talent. He is an LSE alumnus and trustee of The University of London’s Convocation Trust.
Dr Sunita Malhotra is Professor at Université Catholiquede Louvain, lecturer on the CEMS Masters in International Management and Managing Director, People Insights.
Nina Mohanty (@ninamohanty) is Business Development Manager at Bud.
Dr Sandy Pepper is Professor of Management in Practice at the London School of Economics.
Dr Christine Cote is Senior Lecturer in Practice and Academic Director of the CEMS Masters in International Management programme and the MBA Exchange at the London School of Economics.
Jane Shaw is Which MBA? editor, The Economist. Jane will moderate the panel Q&A.
The Department of Management (@LSEManagement) is a world-leading centre for research and education in business and management.
CEMS (@cems_alliance), the Global Alliance in Management Education is an alliance of 31 business schools, 73 corporate and seven social partners, delivering the CEMS Masters in International Management to 1200 students with a network of over 12,000 alumni across the globe.
Update, Tuesday 5 June, 3.00pm: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Bülent Bayram is no longer speaking at this event. LSE apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Twitter Hashtag for this event is #LSEGen