This book has been an excellent source for me to change my approach with my younger employees. All I have to say is that it works. I will have to add that of course there is going to be quite a lot of variety among a group that is estimated at 78 million, but at the bottom line they do generally reflect the culture in which they were raised.
The primary things that I have observed are that Millennials seem to come with a vacuum (unless it regards technology), many also come with a lack of foundation from their particular upbringings. However, there are many that come with a pretty good foundation. Ultimately, I have found the most effective way to manage Millennials starts with recruiting and interviewing. I look for that foundation.
Once hired I have found that effective managing can't occur until the vacuum begins to be filled, and that can't occur until a relationship is built. This book helps develop strategies for building those relationships that in practice are quite effective.
There is not a lot of time to get to that point, because Millennials don't seem to ever slow down. This book is a quick read and helped me tremendously to adapt my Baby Boomer ways to their Millennial ways for a more effective work group.