As the boomer generation (those born between 1946 and 1964) retires, executive leadership faces a daunting task: how to ensure key intelligence and know-how doesn’t walk out the door when they retire. The loss of business intelligence and corporate knowledge, especially in R&D-focused organizations, could amount to billions of dollars in lost intellectual capital. Leaders must act fast.
Read more on how we can extract this critical business intelligence from baby boomers. Sourced by Bloomberg Businesweek
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