Generations Interests

Generations adoption to Tech, Communication, and Learning Interests

From work to our personal lives, technology is surrounding us everywhere. As technology evolves and continues to enhance the workplace and our homes, some generations have easily adopted new technology, while others take longer to accept the advancements made in and understand the benefits it can bring to learning.

However, the rate of adoption is increasing due to the demand of online services, approaches to training completely online, the proliferation of social media, online books and documents becoming a standard, and digital tools increasing performance to improve our everyday lives. 

According to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce study, millennials are 2.5 times more likely to be early adopters of technology than other generations. The speed of adoption makes work duties easier and improves productivity. Regardless of the industry, technological advancements have dramatically changed business models all over the world.

The employee's ability to use, apply and understand different technologies quickly often sets them and their organizations apart from other companies. The culture demand for up-to-date technology puts pressure on companies to change or upgrade certain business processes, and will likely encourage many organizations to adopt advanced technological solutions to improve efficiency and collaboration in the workplace.  

This infographic identifies the different generations of learners and their preferences in communication style, a key technology used for entertainment, digital proficiency as a mean, social media interest, and the preferred style of learning. This infographic will help clarify how to approach utilizing technology with a particular generation during the creation process of custom learning experiences. 

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