There's been a lot of debate about the way enterprises are preparing for Generation Y employees. These people were born between 1982-1997 having enjoyed the luxuries of digital technology their entire lives, so called digital residents or digital natives.
Two years ago when web 2.0 was entering mainstream media and culture I remember reading an article arguing for an overhaul of the user experience provided by enterprise applications. It predicted that companies will only be able to attract the best people by providing devices and applications that are as well designed as iPods and Facebook.
The Journal of Quebec has a different view, as it were!