Whether Y or Z, younger generations want to escape the hierarchical culture of management, less and less adapted to our world in turmoil. It helped their elders succeed. That’s correct. Yet this culture of management no longer responds to the profound aspirations of the new generations. Gone is the fascination with big business; 66% of young people want to become entrepreneurs, 50% prefer to rent rather than buy a car. For them, quality takes precedence over quantity, being over having – a challenge for our economies devoid of true human values. They all value quality of life at work over any other consideration. That’s why these young people are more susceptible to the new credos of management that shape the contours of a new economy; poles apart from the one we now know.