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The Mobile Millennial Shifting Corporate Culture

For today’s knowledge worker, the ultimate technology euphoria is complete mobility and ubiquitous data access.

Since we live in a knowledge economy, great work can happen anywhere. Mobility enables this. Place our teams around the world, give us access to cloud collaboration tools and we will asynchronously move business forward; meeting when we have to, but collaborating at all times.

By in large, Millennials seek to be a part of companies that share this belief; who don’t bind people to their desks or to a clock, but instead focus on accountability for accomplishing what needs to be done. They recognize that the next great companies are using productivity tools to empower employees to work free of location and time constraints.

While freedom to roam and productivity unrestricted by place or time is key, data and connectivity must apply to all locations and all devices seamlessly. The user experience and applications we are using need to be consistently reliable and secure across platforms.

With user experience at the center of utility, today’s business executives seek to lead organizations where duplication is part of the past, while productivity and innovation are the focus of the future, and where mobility is a key component to setting the team free to do more.

In 2014, mobile is instinctive. More and more people seek to be free to be productive. We ask businesses to untie the strings represented by the business-as-usual way of doing things in order to allow us to produce greater results. Mobile is no longer a dream for organizations of any size. It is the here and now.

Smart organizations and fast companies are embracing mobile to put the best teams in the most opportune position to deliver better results than expected.

Ubiquitous access to data is a not a Millennial thing, it’s a “Get it done” revolution. And mobility makes it so.

This post was originally featured on IBM “A Smarter Planet Blog” and can be found here.

Daniel Newman

After 12 years of running technology companies including a CEO appointment at the age of 28, I traded the corner office for a chance to drive the discussion on how the digital economy is going to forever change how business is done. I'm an MBA, adjunct business professor and 5x author of best-selling business books including "The Millennial CEO" and "The New Rules of Customer Engagement." Pianist, soccer fan, husband and father, not in that order. Oh and for work...I'm the CEO of Broadsuite Media Group and President of V3 Broadsuite, a family of marketing and media agencies that help companies be found, seen and heard in a cluttered digital world. I also give keynote speeches around the world on the topics such as digital transformation, technology and marketing.

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