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The Changing Landscape of Social Media Usage

Social Media usage

The 2016 Nielsen Report On Social Media Usage At the beginning of the year, the Dutch survey firm Nielsen published its annual Social Media Report on the use of Internet and social media. It reveals very interesting figures on user habits. Contrary to expectations, we learn that the biggest users are not the Millennials. Gen X’ers


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Generation C: The ¨Tsunami¨ of Independent Entrepreneurship

Independent entrepreneurship

Today, there is a real boom in entrepreneurship. Co-working spaces are emerging all over the world.. The American giant, We Work already count 75 offices facilities around the world, and will soon open offices in Montreal. Co-working spaces are actually only one of quite a number of new services aimed directly at entrepreneurs, freelancers and


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Jan Gordon

Curatti Best Articles of 2016 – Part Two

Curatti Thank You, 2016

Since our launch 3 years ago, Curatti has evolved into a crowd-sourced blog. Was this intended? Probably not! But it’s quite a journey, and one that we lightly guide , but ultimately go along with. In any given week, we will get several inquiries by potential new guest bloggers. There are also no shortage of


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Gen C: 12 Connected Consumer Trends for 2017-18

Generation C: The Connected Consumer

Part one of this article, Generation C: The Growing Influence Of Connected Consumers, was more of a retrospective look at the evolution of the Connected Consumer. This article predicts the trends you can expect to see unfold in the next one to two years The 12 Connected Consumer trends to watch in 2017-2018 Since I


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Generation C: The Growing Influence Of Connected Consumers

This is part one of a two part series. This part recaps the the growing influence of Generation C – the Connected Consumers. Part two will look to future trends…. The Demographic Impact of Generations in Recent Years In recent years, the impact of connected consumers manifested itself more than ever through social networks. In


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Why Millennials Should Be Mentored, Not Managed

With the influx of new digital generations (Y and Z) in the labor market, boomers and those of Generation X who are in command positions must completely rethink their management approach and instead adopt the attitude of a coach or mentor. These who many call the millennials, want to be involved and be part of


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Generation C: The Disappearing Digital Divide

Seniors Finally Take the Social Network Train Recently, I came across an article in the New York Times which confirmed what I already observed for some time in my surroundings. In the era of Web and social media, the clash of generations becomes a myth. The digital divide that separated the new generations from the


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Generation C: The 12 Online Consumer Trends in 2016

The New Year promises to be one where the Generation C will have a decisive impact on social and digital transformation of organizations. In 2015, there were several trends for connected consumers. We have already seen their immense influence on society. Several of the previously predicted consumer trends have already been seen, and still more


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Jan Gordon

Curatti Best Articles of 2015 – Part 2

2015 has been and gone, and we now welcome 2016 into our lives. May it be the best year yet for you and yours. Once again, we’d like to offer a big thank you to all of our readers and advocates. And of course, we’d like to thank our great writers, who make Curatti what


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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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