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Generation Flux

Generation Flux Salon: How Do You Manage Colleagues—Above You, Below You, And Peers—Who Are Less Open To Change?

One of the key qualities of Generation Fluxers is their ability to successfully and swiftly adapt to change—but it's not uncommon for Fluxers to work with colleagues who are not as good at dealing with chaos. Brad Smith, Nilofer Merchant, Robbin Phillips, Ari Wallach, Baratunde Thurston, Doreen Lorenzo, Sarah Robb O’Hagan and readers discuss as our salon series continues.

Generation Flux Salon: How Do You Manage Colleagues--Above You, Below You, And Peers--Who Are Less Open To Change?
Chaos is everywhere. Generation Flux knows how to roll with change. But Fluxers often work with people who are resistant to change, or don't know how to successfully adapt to an ever-evolving business environment. So how do you manage colleagues—above you, below you, and peers—who are less open to change?

Join Fluxers Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit; author Nilofer Merchant; Brains on Fire president Robbin Phillips; Synthesis founder Ari Wallach; Fast Company columnist Baratunde Thurston; Frog Design president Doreen Lorenzo; and Equinox president Sarah Robb O’Hagan as they share their experiences and advice.

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