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Reach for the stars. The advice that failed a generation?

What does the future of work look like for Gen Y? Image: REUTERS/Charles Platiau

David Gann

Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Development and External Affairs, University of Oxford

Mark Dodgson

Professor of Innovation Studies, The University of Queensland

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