Articles by Raymond Morin

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Raymond Morin
December 22, 2015

Bloggers: The New Influencers of tomorrow

More than ever, content marketing, and blogs in particular, are at the center of issues. It is estimated that there are currently about 200 million blog sites, and there are about 1.25 million new blog posts published daily. Due to this, the importance of standing out and asserting leadership amidst the clutter is crucial, and


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Raymond Morin
December 1, 2015

The Social Responsibility of Generation X

A new leadership role in the transformation of organizations In the last 2 years, a large inter-generational transfer has taken place in our society. Baby boomers gradually gave way to new generations, the majority of whom were digital natives; and for the first time, Generation X holds the balance of power. After waiting their turn


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Raymond Morin
October 27, 2015

Training Digital Natives To Be The Leaders Of Tomorrow

Over the past twenty-five years, the rapid development of new technologies, combined with the advent of the Web and social media, have caused a social revolution that now affects each generation. It has been a wave of profound changes that have transformed every aspect of our existence, from family life and personal relationships, through entertainment


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Raymond Morin
September 30, 2015

Generation Z: The Guiding Light of the Digital Age

In a recent article on Sprout Social; Gen Z vs Gen Y: Does the Hype Add Up, Aubre Andrus discusses some highlights from an influential Sparks & Honey study that distinguish the Z generation of their predecessors in Generation Y. According to the study, published in 2014, Generation Z (born after 1994) already accounts for over


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Raymond Morin
August 26, 2015

Generation C – The Emergence of Micro-Generations

The demographic evolution of generations in the digital age In his book The ABC of XYZ: Understanding The Global Generations, Australian author Mark McCrindle shared the sociological research of Strauss and Howe to explain the major changes expected in the coming decades, with the arrival of Alpha and Z generations. According to the theory of


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Raymond Morin
July 7, 2015

Generation C – Towards a New Baby Boom With Generation Z

According to the US Census Bureau, in 2015, the digital natives of Generation Y (75.3 million) will surpass the Baby Boomers (74.9 million) in number for the first time. In comparison, Generation X is only slightly more than 56 million people. Add to this, according to the latest estimates, over 65 million young generation Z


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Raymond Morin
May 26, 2015

Generation C: The Rise Of Independent Entrepreneurship

From one generation to the next, we live with the certainty that we will be more successful than previous ones. It’s the lever and the engine of progress, the primary source of motivation for generations to excel and innovate. For each of us, it is the dream that nourishes the hope of a better life.


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Raymond Morin
April 21, 2015

Generation C: The Social Benefit of Baby Boomers

With increasing frequency, we hear and read that in the social networks, it is better to focus on the quality of relationships, rather than relying solely on the number of friends and followers. And by investing in more sustainable relationships, we obtain a better ROI with social media. However, in the current context, the baby


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Raymond Morin
March 31, 2015

Generation C: Four Generations Converge In The Workplace

Over the next five years, the new generation, Gen Z (1994-2010), will escalate its immersion into the labor market, which for the first time, will include large numbers from four generations. Might there be a clash of generations, or on the contrary, will this merger result in a social transformation of work environments? Hopefully the


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Raymond Morin
March 10, 2015

Generation C: The Future of the Digital Family

One of the most remarkable transformations of our contemporary society can be seen in the way we inform and entertain ourselves through the web and social media. In the last twenty years, digital learning has made a deep impression on new generations, which they’ve harnessed with egocasting and infotainment. In a way, these trends meet


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