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So how can science help? It turns out that what Millennials are asking for is what the science of behavior tells us is the best way to manage performance—of any generation. According to research done by Jay Gilbert (Gilbert, September/October 2011), Millennials want frequent and specific feedback and they don’t mind negative feedback if it makes it clear how to improve. They want clear expectations and want to know where they stand relative to those expectations. This is exactly what the science of behavior tells us to do to produce optimum work environments: pinpoint what you want, provide frequent and specific feedback on performance and provide contingent positive reinforcement for progress and accomplishment (ideally linked to impact). Millennials are demanding good management whereas other generations did not. Could it be that these tattooed, pierced, always-plugged-in young adults are going to make it better for all of us? I think so.
In addition to promoting good management practices there is another very important characteristic of Millennials—work/home balance and flexible work schedules. According to Pew Research (Millennials: Confident. Connected. Open to Change Pew Re-search Social and Demographic Trends, February 24, 2010), they prioritize parenthood and marriage far above career and financial success. They are willing to work hard but they want more time with their family. How can organizations that have relied on 60+ hour work weeks continue to be successful with workers who want to keep it closer to 40? This is a serious dilemma but, again, the science provides part of the answer. Managers have to ensure that the hours that are worked are maximally productive. All non-essential work needs to be minimized. Managers need to be able to assess what employees are doing (behaviors) and what impact that work is having. This is possible, but it requires different measures of performance and more collaboration between workers and managers to identify and shape the most productive, impactful behaviors. This is not micromanaging, it is good coaching and mentoring that helps employees learn the most effective ways to do their work. Taking a scientific approach to figuring out high and low impact behaviors will allow all of us to focus on what really drives the business and still get home to our families for dinner.
Even if you’re a mad scientist with all the right formulas and mixtures memorized in that head of yours, you can always use a little science homework help. Without the direct aide of a teacher present, students are required to do a lot work at home that they may struggle with. Finding helpful resources such as online forums, tutors and asking one’s parents can be excellent ways to push through the tough spots in one’s homework and successfully take on a science project. Also, students suffering from lower science capabilities should consider asking their friends and peers for help. This provides the opportunity for students to help each other. This peer-powered knowledge exchange allows one student who excels in a certain course subject to help a fellow student out and then that student can return the favor and provide help with a course they excel at. Online help for solving is now only a click away with TutorNext . When you subscribe to TutorNext, you get science help on a real whiteboard with a live expert science tutor on the other side. The whiteboard has a variety of tools that enable the tutor to give you science by demonstrating concepts visually. Meanwhile, the two of you discuss the concepts in the chat area. Our online science tutors are friendly and happy to help you understand any idea with which you are struggling.