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Leaders 2020: The next generation executive | Make way for Millennials
Our survey of 4,100 executives and employees in 21 countries, conducted in 2016, included 351 Millennial managers and over 1,000 non-executive workers born between 1980 and 1997. We know from a previous study that Millennials in the workforce have more in common with other age groups than is often supposed, but our current research shows a perception gap when it comes to progress toward digital transformation.
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