Placeholder Image

字幕列表 影片播放

  • Millennials in the workforce have routinely been accused of being everything from narcissistic

    21世紀新世代在職場上的許多行為常被指責,像是自命不凡、

  • and socially inept, to hard to manage and most recently, of killing the middle manager.

    不善交際、不易服從,以及最近的「抹殺」中階主管。

  • Whether any of these allegations are true is up for debate,

    雖然這些指控的真實性還待討論,

  • but what is clear is that Millennials are changing the way we work and how we organize,

    但能確定的是,新世代員工正在改變我們工作和組織的方法,

  • and these changes don’t really bode well for the boss.

    而這些改變並不受主管歡心。

  • We, and I’ll include myself in here, grew up in a world where if we had

    我們,包括我在內,生長在這個環境-

  • a question or wanted to learn a new skill, all we had to do was go to the internet.

    當遇到問題或是想要學習新技能時,我們會上網尋找資源。

  • In some ways, we replaced authority figures like parents and teachers with computer screens,

    某方面來說,電腦螢幕取代了老師與父母這類有權威的角色,

  • so it makes sense that when we’d entered the workforce

    所以很合理的,當我們進入職場,

  • we’d be less inclined to take someone’s advice or direction simply because of their title.

    我們比較不會因為他人的職位而聽從其意見。

  • CEO Phil Caravaggio from Precision Nutrition found that out the hard way

    Precision Nutrition的執行長Phil Caravaggio表示,

  • when his employees challenged his ideas for marketing his own company

    當他的員工質疑公司的行銷想法時,他也因此學到了一課。

  • He had very little experience in marketing so they were, some would say understandably, reticent.

    由於他對行銷的經驗不多,所以保持沉默是能理解的。

  • It no longer really matters where you are in the hierarchy,” Caravaggio says.

    Caravaggio表示職場上的層級已經不再重要。

  • What seems to matter to Millennials instead, is experience, expertise, and what you can bring to the table.

    對新世代來說,重要的是經驗、技術以及你的貢獻。

  • Instead of a traditional pyramid structure, millennials prefer

    比起傳統金字塔式組織,新世代更喜歡

  • flatter organizations with more shared responsibilities and transparency.

    平行式組織,它有更多責任、也更透明化。

  • On the more extreme end, we call this a holacracy.

    極端的來說,我們稱這為「無上司管理方式」。

  • And more and more companies are adopting this model

    越來越多公司開始使用這種管理模式

  • Zappos, Whole Foods, Morningstar and other big players practice this in some form. It seems to be working.

    像是Zappos、Whole Foods、Morningstar還有其他大公司,而且似乎成效不錯。

  • And this can help explain why so many other companies are getting rid of managers.

    這也可以解釋為什麼目前許多公司漸漸的減少主管。

  • As a whole, even countries, like Canada for example, are seeing fewer managers per employee.

    整體來說,甚至連某些國家,如:加拿大,也逐漸在減少主管員工的比例。

  • Of course, there are other factors at play too - like the recession, which forced companies to trim the fat.

    當然還有其他原因,例如面臨經濟衰退時,這也使公司必須削減主管數;

  • in some cases managers and technological advances that have automated and replaced

    在某些情況下,主管和科技進步自動化取代了

  • some typical manager duties like tracking performance which we can now do with data and analytics.

    一些典型主管的職責像是績效管理,而這項職責現在可以用電腦數據分析。

  • And maybe that’s a part of why were blaming Millennials too, because in some ways

    這可能也是為什麼我們指責新世代員工的部分原因。

  • the Millennial generation is intimately tied to this technological revolution and culture of efficiency.

    新世代緊密的跟科技進步以及有效率的文化結合。

  • To watch an episode on how millennials are changing the way we date, click here.

    按此可以觀看新世代如何改變我們約會的方式。

  • And hey, if you haven’t already, please subscribe to Seeker Daily

    請訂閱 Seeker Daily

Millennials in the workforce have routinely been accused of being everything from narcissistic

21世紀新世代在職場上的許多行為常被指責,像是自命不凡、

字幕與單字

影片操作 你可以在這邊進行「影片」的調整,以及「字幕」的顯示

B1 中級 中文 美國腔 主管 世代 員工 職場 公司 管理

新世代抹殺「主管」的必要? (Why Are Millennials Killing Their Bosses?)

  • 2891 123
    Ray Du 發佈於 2015 年 06 月 24 日
影片單字