California Southland Chapter - AITP

Association of Information Technology Professionals

AITP Meeting

WEDNESDAY, Coco's, Garden Grove, May 27, 2015 , 7pm


 

TECHNOLOGY AND THE GENERATIONS AT WORK

by Dori Neuman, iSpace

 

“In a World where we are all connected, one opinion turns quickly into everyone’s opinion.  How you build trust in your brand, your business and yourself is going to be in important part of how your business is going to continue to evolve and grow.”  From the Book “Six Pixels of Separation” by Mitch Joel…

 

Companies who want to compete in a global market need to compete on a global level and need to embrace a variety of workers.  Diversity is an important asset for every company today.  Where your employees have a variety of perspectives, they can help your business flourish…

 

As we study the different generations, we also need to study how technology affected and currently affects the generations at work. 

 

As we age the shift is to the left:

 

TRADITIONALISTSBOOMER-GEN X -  MILENNIALS (GEN Y OR WHY) - 2020 Generation or Gen C

 

Traditionalists – 1925 – 1944 – 55 million

Boomers – 1945 – 1962 – 76  Million

GEN X  - 1963 – 1981 46 Million

MILENNIALS – GEN Y – 1982- 2000 – 75 Million

2020 Generation – 2000 – 2020 – 41  Million

 

Do you know why the numbers are lower for Generation X and Generation 2020 also known as Generation C?  By attending this session you will learn why.

Dori  Neuman has over 20 years of expertise in Business Development, Talent Acquisition and  Human Resources Management Consulting,

 

Dori began her career as a Technical Recruiter and  later held positions as a Regional Marketing and Recruiting Manager for Computer Horizons, and Coopers & Lybrand, as well as Marketing Manager for DP Specialists and her own consulting firm, DANE.

 

Today, Dori works for iSpace, an IT Solutions provider to clients locally and nationally, and as one of her former colleagues mentioned, “Dori has gone back to her roots”, after spending 11 years on the corporate side of Talent Acquisition with ADP and PacifiCare.

 

Dori received her Certificate in Human Resource Management from the College of the Extended University at Cal Poly Pomona and majored in Management and Human Resources while attending Cal Poly Pomona.  Dori currently teaches The Recruitment, Selection and Placement class as well as the Human Resource Management Overview class  in the HR Certification Program at Cal Poly Pomona’s  Extended University.

 

Dori also directed, produced and hosted a community cable show,  Duarte At the Crossroads for 5 years where she interviewed local members of the community, law enforcement, and other supporting organizations to the community.

 

Dori is on the Speakers Bureau for City of Hope National Medical Center and is a well - known career coach and mentor.

 

In her spare time, Dori enjoys spending time with family and friends

 

  Coco's

12032 Harbor Blvd. (Harbor at Chapman-SOUTH of Disneyland)

Use the Chapman exit near the Block at Orange from I-5 or Harbor Exit from the I-22

Garden Grove, CA
(714) 750-7477

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Join us in the Restaurant- Meeting Room
   Dinner about 7pm- just order off the menu- as much or as little as you want (save those budgets!) with
the  presentation about 8pm.

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Location: Coco's
12032 Harbor Blvd. (Harbor at Chapman-SOUTH of Disneyland)Garden Grove, CA
(714) 750-7477
Schedule: 7:00 PM Dinner & Program
Cost: Whatever you want to eat!
 

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