Yosha van Droffelaar started as an apprentice at the ministry of Interior & Kingdom Relations. She will contribute to the Generations research where the PLF works together with FUTUR (national network for young public servants) and the ministry. This research seeks to contribute to a more balanced public sector, where all generations of public servants are represented and remain involved. In order to do so, the generation research attemps to identify what drives these different generations. The main research question is: what motivates different generations of public servants and how are public organisations designed to fit these motivations? Yosha says “When digging deeper into each generation’s motivations and incentives, I aim to challenge the self-evident prejudices and contribute to a growing mutual understandig in which each generations’ strengths are being represented”. A first blog with call for feedback is published here. If you want to participate, mail to Yosha.