Click here to skip navigation
This website uses features which update page content based on user actions. If you are using assistive technology to view web content, please ensure your settings allow for the page content to update after initial load (this is sometimes called "forms mode"). Additionally, if you are using assistive technology and would like to be notified of items via alert boxes, please follow this link to enable alert boxes for your session profile.
An official website of the United States Government.

Sign In

Training and Development Policy Wiki

Discuss: Leveraging New Technologies for Employee Development Programs

Comments Sorted By:

Lawrence Tagrin
1/6/2012 at 10:22 AM
The "millenial Minset" survey was interesting, but a number of the questions, while possibly meaningful in a "pop culture" manner, were not really worthwhile in looking at the mindset as it relates to training and workforce issues. The questions about having tatoos and piercings were, in my opinion, really thrown in to give a sop to a rather fringe portion of every generation. Interesting, there were no questions about hours spent online, how comfortable one is with alternative forms of communication (except text messaging, which is now considered "so last century") and whether or not one has access to the Internet via mobile devices. I rate the survey as a "decent first draft" but not really up to what I would expect from Pew.


Post a Comment

You must have a user account and must be logged in to comment.

Unexpected Error

There was an unexpected error when performing your action.

Your error has been logged and the appropriate people notified. You may close this message and try your command again, perhaps after refreshing the page. If you continue to experience issues, please notify the site administrator.

Working...