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Peter Howe

Peter J. Howe is a journalist with nearly 30 years’ experience in Boston. The former business editor of NECN, he hosted "CEO Corner," an interview show with regional business leaders. Howe was previously a reporter and editor at the Boston Globe and is currently Senior Advisor at Denterlein.

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How Boomers and Millennials Can Work Together (And Love It)

When you’re talking about a total of 151 million Americans, it’s tricky to make sweeping but accurate generalizations. And yet, that’s how many Americans fit into just two widely-recognized demographic groups: Baby Boomers, the 75 million people born between 1946 and 1964 and Millennials, the 76 million who came along between 1981 and 1997. Just as we can tell an LP record from an iPod, we’ve likely recognized common differences between Boomers and Millennials: How they typically work, communicate, balance job tasks and personal life, and what they expect for mentoring and promotions.

How can Boomers and Millennials work together without driving each other nuts? We recently turned to two New York architects to discuss their experience, proposed solutions, and general observations. This discussion resonates far beyond the design industry as it is applicable to the workforce of today and has implications for the workplace of tomorrow.