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Today's Executive, Tomorrow's Walmart Greeter

Senior executives all too often are trapped in the comfort zone while millennials lead the way in innovation.  The net result is that old-line companies fail to seize opportunities and emerging companies are led by the innovators, visionaries, and risk-takers.  When the time comes for senior executives (read mature) to seek out new employment opportunities they are often passed over for younger, more aggressive leaders that understand the new business and career paradigms.  Would love your opinion on the issues in this video. 

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