Most people would consider me to be a part of Generation Y, those born since 1980. Researcher and author, Marc Prensky splits this generation into two categories as follows. The older Gen Y members he refers to as “Digital immigrants.” Those who can be sophisticated in their use of technologies, but also rely on traditional forms of analog interaction. I fall into a demographic that Marc refers to as “Digital natives.” Those who grew up with technology, devices, and of course the internet. The Digital Native's daily activities are consumed by technologies supporting social interaction, friendships, and hobbies among other things. Get ready, my generation is rapidly emerging as the world’s dominant demographic and employers will need to learn how best to adapt. Below I include three suggested methods for managers that I try to focus on, and/or plan to implement and why.