Are the “exciting and innovative” opportunities in startups lost on baby boomers in government?

"With the Rudds, Gillards, Abbotts and Turnbulls all struggling to lead, let alone connect, with the tribes of contemporary Australia, is it time the once-mighty baby boomer demographic admitted we don’t have the answers?

And make way for our babies — the millennials — the approximately 5 million Australians, born in the last two decades of the 20th century, who are now surging into the workforce and leaderships roles.

This may be the year these millennials officially become the largest population group in Australia, finally overtaking the baby boomers." Read more

The Mandarin/StartupSmart 23 Feb 2017

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