I did a three-month internship in a real estate agency at Rennes. My main missions were to sell the company products, such as flats, land and houses. I also did some marketing tasks such as benchmarking and made a training course about negotiation and trade for employees. This internship and my missions were interesting but I noticed an important fact. My internship department is composed of two employees. The chief of the edepartment, Joelle Monvoisin is a woman of 40 years, with experience in the company and the second, Cathy Hamon, is a woman only 23 years old, and with 2 years of previous experiences. As you can understand there is a generation gap in this company. I have chosen this case because as a manager, you have to work with all kinds of staff. You could work with very young people with less experience and with older employees, who have more experience. The task is to make all these people work well together. During my internship I was dealing with this generation gap not only in my department but also, as a young man with a lot of ideas with respect to the chain of command. I have built on the following problem: How does a generation gap become important in managing a company?
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