A lot of large corporations struggle to innovate, enact change quickly, and perform efficiently.
I think if companies added a committee of employees who are under 30 to work with the executive committee to achieve some of the fore mentioned struggles, companies would grow and expand better.
Individuals under 30 usually have unique ideas on disrupting the system, innovating into new markets or products they may be more familiar with. Also, they could help provide better ideas for strong working conditions that would keep strong talent in the company.
Many large traditional companies are too "old" and static in my opinion. I think by giving greater voice to the younger employees they could grow and further than business quickly.