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The Generation Gap at This IT Firm Has Nearly Disappeared. Two Staffers Explain How. It's all about communication.

By Stephanie Schomer

This story appears in the March 2017 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Whitney Wachter

For the second year, Entrepreneur partnered with CultureIQ to find the best office cultures in America. For more tips and profiles, check out the rest of 2017's Top Company Cultures package.

It's a long-told story: Millennials and Gen Xers don't understand each other. But at this Nashville-based IT firm, the culture runs on collaboration -- so much so that generational divides have nearly disappeared, according to its staff. Daniel Akridge, a 28-year-old service-desk lead, and Darlene Dralus, a 49-year-old network operations center engineer, explain how.

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