"No other generation blurs the lines between work and play like millennials do," says Heidi Farris, vice president of community engagement and marketing at Bloomfire and the business analyst's manager, in a blog post. "They want to play when they feel like playing, and they want to work when they feel like working; you might be surprised at how often (and when) they feel like working given the choice."
Farris will be the first to tell you that managing millennials requires a break from traditional managerial methods. Millennials value freedom of choice, from working hours to technology tools. Their work and personal lives merge into a single shade of gray. Mobile tech tools, cloud computing and BYOD mock the days of punching a clock and toiling in an office cubicle the size of a bathroom stall.
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