Deloitte Millennial Survey 2015

Millennials overwhelmingly believe that business needs a reset in terms of paying as much attention to people and purpose as it does products and profit. Seventy-five percent of Millennials believe businesses are too fixated on their own agendas and not focused enough on helping to improve society.[1]

Deloitte’s fourth global Millennial survey asked tomorrow’s leaders, what they think of leadership today, how businesses operate and impact wider society, and which individual characteristics define effective leaders. The survey uncovered several noteworthy gaps: between the ambitions of young professionals in emerging markets and developed markets; and between Millennial men’s and women’s attitudes and aspirations toward business and leadership; and between Millennials making the most and the least use of social media.

The study collected the views of more than 7,800 Millennials representing 29 countries around the globe. All participants were born after 1982, have obtained a college or university degree, are employed fulltime, and predominantly work in large (100+ employees), private-sector organizations.

Kernaussagen

  1. Gender Gap bei Führungspositionen
  2. Soziales Engagement wird wichtig
  3. TMT gefragteste Branche

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