Skill management focuses on the identification and development of strategic competences within the company. The basis is a systematic approach to staff competences in the selection of personnel, personnel development and personnel deployment, and is therefore a core task of the HR department.
The aim is to develop the strategic development of core competencies of the company in relation to the individual competencies of the employees. By matching the future skills required with the competences of the employees present in the company, skill gaps result which must be closed on the one hand through targeted personnel development or recruiting. In order to successfully implement skill management, a structured approach and a link to the personnel development tools are required.
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Graduate in Business Administration
For Christian Baier the "extra mile" starts long before an actual client assignment. Particularly when he starts to dig into the details of a client's processes and challenges. His high level of identification with his clients creates a spillover effect not only to the client's but also to our 4C team. His specific capabilities apply especially in jointly developing innovative approaches with the client. A talent extremely valuable for our clients in supporting their digital transformation.
Christian Baier focuses on the CHRO Office, especially in the HR strategy, HR digitization (Big Data, people analytics), workforce management, strategic personnel development and business transformation.
He has extensive experience in several industry sectors, especially healthcare, financial services, manufacturing as well as professional services.
Dr. Heiko Mauterer
Master of Engineering and Business Administration
In consulting creating benefit for a customer is considered to be a given. In practice, this is not necessarily the case. At least according to Dr. Heiko Mauterer's experience in several management positions in banking. Creating true value is a key concept for him, that determines his thinking as well as his work with his clients. If applicable, all benefit aspects - in his eyes - are to be quantified and made measurable. And that's also not self-evident.
Heiko Mauterer has outstanding experience in financial services and focuses on regulatory management, Human Resources, digitization, operations and project management.