Ines Baer (Future Skills Initiative Manager, ADEM) has confirmed her participation to the upcoming HR One Breakfast, which is to take place – digitally – next March 25th, and which will revolve around the topic of upskilling.

Ines Baer joined ADEM in April 2020 to initiate and manage the Future Skills Initiative – a strategic program which includes different projects around identifying skills gaps, anticipating skills needs, upskilling and reskilling job seekers, and supporting employers in proactively upskilling and reskilling employees. She will present this innovative program, which consists in different ADEM initiatives and collaborations with the local ecosystem. Ines Baer will notably focus on data analysis to better understand and anticipate the evolution of competencies and skills gap, and on how to support the upskilling and reskilling of employees, with the implementation of a specific program following the SkillsBridge pilot project. Therefore, she will discuss the need for a national collaboration on lifelong learning, the use of shared and high-quality data to monitor the skills needs, and answer to the following questions: Why do we need to make upskilling a national priority? What is the difference between upskilling and reskilling? What does it take to create a national upskilling strategy?

Before joining ADEM, Ines Baer worked as a management consultant at KPMG, advising public and private sector clients in matters of strategy, innovation and new technologies. Ines is also doing a doctorate at Grenoble Ecole de Management, where she conducts research on the impact of artificial intelligence on the nature of human work and the competencies needed in the workplace. She has studied/worked in Germany, France, the United States and Singapore and has gained a Bachelor in industrial engineering and a Master in management.


Do not miss her presentation and register now.

Publié le 17 février 2021