If an organisation's culture and environment is characterised by diversity, it certainly needs careful handling in order to appease employees that come from diverse groups. As a part of the Human Resources Department, I would definitely look towards striking a balance between work processes that coincide with the work methodology of every generation, since a workplace must possess coordination and cooperation above anything else.
Firstly, the Baby Boomers in the organisation are close to retirement, and yet play important roles owing to principles of seniority and experience. Therefore, their support and involvement is imperative for the organisation. The value-system these employees come from is different from the value systems of the others. It is due to this that I would like to abolish the system of being answerable to a hierarchical superior. If these Baby Boomer employees are not a part fo the top strata of employees and are required to be answerable to younger employees, it would certainly be a put off.
Next, the Generation X'ers are the more relaxed kind who look at working in teams and believe in peer-to-peer functioning.