“The signs point to something new: crisis mode, restructuring, and digitization increase economic uncertainty. Lars Linnekogel, a management consultant, is following the change and regards the crisis as an opportunity to actively integrate young managers – especially in medium-sized businesses.”
This is the opening of Business Insider in dialogue with TTE Strategy’s founder and CEO Lars Linnekogel. His argument: The generation of young managers is more than perfectly prepared for taking leadership in this crisis. They will make lasting decisions because these times determines their future more than any other time before.
Quotes from the article of Business Insider:
“Anyone in their thirties today has been used to operating in very uncertain terrain from the day they left high school.”
“Young people do not need to learn ‘digital’. They live it.”
“Many experienced managers have often complained that young people want to have nonstop feedback, always wanting to know where they stand and bringing far too many feelings into business. In the process, they have always scrutinized themselves heavily. This is their strength.”
Business Insider outlines Lars Linnekogel’s ideas of how leadership can integrate more young managers immediately.
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