Managing Director & Senior Partner
Jens Baier leads Boston Consulting Group’s work in human resources (HR) in Central and South America, Europe, and the Middle East (CEMA). Since joining the firm in 2000, he has managed a wide range of projects, including HR excellence programs, migration of HR IT to cloud solutions, strategy development, large scale transformation, organizational redesign, role of the center definition, set up and optimization of shared services, and cost efficiency programs. He has worked with clients in a wide range of industries in Germany, Europe, the Middle East, and South Africa.
Jens is a certified executive coach. Prior to joining the firm, he worked for Daimler Chrysler in Belgium, for EADS in Paris, and for Thyssen Krupp and Mercer Management Consulting in Munich. He did his apprenticeship at Deutag AG in Duisburg.
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