This is one of the insights we drew from the research that went into our new book, When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business. We identified four key capacities that we found inside organizations with unusually strong organizational cultures that aligned with the approach of the Millennial generation to leadership and management: - Digital - Clear - Fluid, and - Fast. We figured digital would be the least surprising of the four, but we like to draw attention to it, because it may not be what you’re thinking. Organizations embracing digital technology is not a new idea, of course, but the bar continues to be raised on this one. Millennials are not only expecting your organization to provide decent equipment and have a respectable presence on social media, they also expect you to be using the right tools for the right purpose. Don’t email when you should be instant messaging. If that clunky content management system becomes frustrating for the team, don’t continue to use it just because you invested two years learning how to use it. Get the full story at Brian Solis