The landscape of work is very different than it was 40 to 50 years ago (or even five months ago!). Phenomena such as increasing globalization, rapid … Read more
Michael S. North is an assistant professor of management and organizations at the New York University Stern School of Business. His research focuses primarily on age, ageism, generational issues, and related management and policy issues.
At the Stern School, he is the founding director of the Accommodating Generations in Employment (AGE) Initiative, which conducts research pertaining to the increasingly older and intergenerational workplace and workforce. His work is aimed at identifying strategies for businesses, policy makers, and society to adapt to multigenerational workforce trends. He was recently designated a “rising star” by the Association for Psychological Science.
Michael has a B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in psychology and social policy from Princeton University.