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There are several interpretations of their names and the number of possible birth dates, including within countries. The Center’s Generational Breakdown includes the following categories: Information on Both Generations:

Traditionalists or the Silent Generation – pre-1945 Baby Boomers – 1946-1964
1965-1976 – Generation X
1977-1995 Millennials or Generation Y
Generation Z, iGen, or Centennials – 1996 to the present
(At least one source refers to Millennials as Gen Y and Gen Z.)

What Is the Essence of the Perceived Distinction?
The Generational Differences Chart summarises the first four generations. To facilitate discussion of generational disparities in leadership, management, and the workforce, we’ll concentrate on the Chart’s “Preferred Work Environment” dimension.

Traditionalists value conservative, hierarchical workplaces with a defined chain of command and top-down management.
Baby Boomers admire flat hierarchies, egalitarian societies, humane ideals, equal opportunity, and welcoming workplaces.
Generation X values optimistic, enjoyable, effective, fast-paced, versatile, and informal work environments that provide access to leadership and knowledge.
Millennials value collaborative, goal-oriented, highly innovative, constructive, diverse, enjoyable, and versatile workplaces that provide continuous feedback.
According to Forbes, Generation Z is driven by protection, may be more competitive, desires freedom, is capable of multitasking, is more entrepreneurial, prefers face-to-face communication, is truly digital native, and desires to be catered to.
The article The Secret to Effective Multigenerational Team Management: Avoid Overthinking It discusses the findings of a Robert Half survey of finance executives. The significant differences occurred in three areas:

Aptitude for communication (30 percent)
Adaptability to shift (26 percent)
Technical proficiency (23 percent)
In terms of communication abilities, Baby Boomers are more relaxed, Gen X values command and control, Gen Y values teamwork, and Gen Z values in-person communication.

When it comes to change management, Baby Boomers are cautious, Gen X and Gen Y see it as a new opportunity, and Gen Z is used to and even anticipates change.

When it comes to technical abilities, Baby Boomers and Generation X prefer instructor-led courses and self-learning resources, while Millennials prefer interactive and technology-based alternatives.

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