In 2015, millennials—the largest generation in history—moved ahead of Generation X to become the largest group in the American workforce. In the e-discovery and legal industries, where rule changes and evolving technology are the name of the game, this generational shift promises to play its own role in pushing the envelope on traditional ways of working.

So what makes millennials drivers for change? More importantly, how can e-discovery teams foster collaboration among a generationally diverse team—and improve their processes as a result?

Who Are Millennials?

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