The generation gap is nothing new. In a pattern as old as time, the successor generation has always viewed its forebears as stodgy and unduly authoritarian, while the “old folks” have tended to view the energy and impulsiveness of youth with suspicion, if not derision.

It now appears, however, as if the accelerated rate of social change has also wrought profound and fundamental changes in how members of different generations relate, collaborate (or don’t) and communicate (or not). Not only are we not in Kansas, Toto, but there may not even be a Kansas once today’s emerging young leaders take the controls.

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