As a passionate, gifted high school student, Domenico Randazzo has founded both il Dottore Productions, as well as Real World Academy, to boldly challenge ideas about education, students and the millennials of today.
Ian Abston challenges the status quo on Millennials as they reach full adult hood (30yrs old ?) in the United States. Explains why most Millennial experts are not experts, and why our misconceptions about Millennial will stunned by their true potential.
I make my living from consulting, writing, and speaking about the multi-generation workforce. And even though they’ve now been in the workforce for 20 years, I’m still asked daily what I think about millennials.
What’s behind this obsession with the millennials? It’s simple. We haven't liked their attitude toward work, and we want to fix it.
Guess what? It’s time for managers (and parents) to get over it. It’s time for consultants and the media to stop playing into the millennial hype and leveraging it for personal gain. And here’s why:
Scott Hess is the Vice President of Insights for TRU, a global youth research firm, and is considered one of the foremost authorities on American youth. In this role, Scott works across TRU's syndicated and custom research divisions to discover, distill, and communicate compelling, actionable insights for clients -- the world's leading youth brands and companies. A sought-after speaker, consultant, and moderator, Scott helps clients develop more youth-relevant products and services, communicate more effectively with their young customers, and ensure that corporate strategy and execution align with the evolving zeitgeist. Over the past decade, Scott has worked with virtually every significant youth-relevant entity in business today, from motorcycles to movies, from social networks to skin care, and from governments to gum. As a husband and father, Scott's committed to building a future that's profitable for clients as well as positive for young people. As a former teenager, Scott's personal mission is to make sure that young viewpoints are heard, respected, and understood.