I love "GenX." I really do.
Wired ran a fabulous article: SXSW: 2008, the Year the Audience Keynoted. Undoubtedly there are prescient Boomers whether early or late technology adopters, and also Boomers who are current evangelists of these dynamics (I even know a few!), but I gotta step on my drum-beating soapbox for a moment to point out that this is classic change-making GenX power.
This isn't mob-chaos; it's rapidfire transparent consensus-building: documentable, traceable, and with plenty of post-mortem to evaluate efficacy. This is fluid.
Any Boomer who is professionally bemoaning issues with succession planning should put on some rose-colored glasses for a moment and really take a look at the strength in this. Most importantly, understand the trust inherent in this world, which remember is an increasingly diverse community filled with the children of those 50%-divorce-rate years. The level of communication sophistication and boundary management is astounding.
I've finally begun posting some writing I've done in the past about Generation X leadership style and why it keeps getting overlooked.