Gen Z moves fast for fear of missing out. That's why, if you claim you're innovative, you better be able to back up your claim with speed and real ingenuity—or Gen Z will be skeptical. Discover how a minimum viable product might (MVP) be your new North star.
- Jonah, as we travel the world … helping companies recruit the generations, … what's a common theme that we see them boasting about … across all websites and recruiting material? … - Everybody is talking about … how they are the most innovative company in the world. … - It's great that everyone's focusing on innovation, … but the challenge that we have … is when it comes to recruiting Gen-Z what many don't realize … is that they have a completely different definition … of what it means to be innovative. … - Gen-Z's definition of innovation is simply about speed. … We want to get from Point A to Point B … as fast as possible. … - The challenge that we have is many Gen-Zers … think the rest of us overthink things. … They'll say your innovation takes way too long, … so many steps. … You have a prototype, then you have a budget, … then you have a meeting, then you do another prototype. … - It's exactly that. … It's simply just too many steps. … For Gen-Z, our definition of innovation is simply two steps. …
- Gen Z communication style
- Gen Z diversity
- Gen Z feedback preferences
- The realism of Gen Z
- The Gen Z side hustle
- Collaboration vs. competition