I do not have to inform you that workforce training has changed dramatically in the past ten decades. Since we caught up to the potential for training, we have moved so fast that it’s nearly impossible to keep pace. If you compare 10 decades back (or even 20, if you dare) to now, you will understand that the shift was seismic. We’re not using new formats; we have changed training. Who’s very nature generates training? How is training delivered? How can we determine who trains on what? Which are the leading learning theories? The answers to these basic questions are dramatically different today from 10 years ago. And throughout the previous ten decades, another important shift has been occurring around us. Generation Z is now coming of age, and they are finally starting to join the workforce.