For example, the need for “higher” cognitive skills, such as problem solving and creativity, will increase. Interpersonal skills are also becoming increasingly important; as computers and machines do more and more work for us, the social and emotional skills of employees become all the more important. Didier Fouarge, Professor of Dynamics of Skills Allocation at the School of Business and Economics of Maastricht University, observes in his research Changes in work and skills (2017) that employment is already growing most strongly in professions in which a combination of problem-solving and interpersonal skills is important. The importance of these skills is only expected to increase. According to the world’s leading organisational consultancy McKinsey, the demand for skills such as entrepreneurship and initiative is growing the fastest. And these skills are precisely those many employees lack.