Raymond Morin

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…

Raymond Morin

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…

Raymond Morin

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…

Raymond Morin

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…

Raymond Morin

Generation C: Digital Natives In Command

For twenty years, people have been comparing the transformations of the Internet era to the social revolution that the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press ushered in. The development of the printing press at the dawn of the Renaissance opened the door to the democratization of information and the wider dissemination of ideas. Five hundred years…

Raymond Morin

GENERATION C: From the Boomers to Generation ALPHA

In 1994, when I first encountered the World Wide Web, I had just started a family.  I was in my mid-thirties, and I worked as a consultant in finance and as a development strategist for start-ups.  Over the years, I glimpsed the major revolution that was taking place with the Web and its implications for…

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