by Meagan Johnson, Larry Johnson

AMACOM, $16.95, 272 pages

Generations, Inc.  reviews the five generations in today’s workplace. The authors cover each generation’s “signposts” or experiences that influenced each generation and helped shape their views about the world around them.  The authors share lots of personal stories that reinforce the research and data in the book.  And most helpful, the authors include a chapter on tips for managing each generation. They give clear, succinct tips and explain why the described strategies are important. There are lots of books on managing the various generations in the workplace, but this particular book does a great job of offering credible advice coupled with sound, well-researched tactics. This book belongs on every manager’s bookshelf!

Seniye Groff