HEC in the press

EMBA-Ranking: Trium an der Spitze

MBA Journal, 20 October 2014

The TRIUM Executive MBA, a joint program between HEC Paris, NYU Stern School of Business and London School of Economics, has been ranked #1 worldwide by the Financial Times.


MBA rankings: Multi-location joint programs top 2014 EMBA rankings

BusinessBecause.com, 20 October 2014

The TRIUM Executive MBA, a joint program between HEC Paris, NYU Stern School of Business and London School of Economics, has been ranked #1 worldwide by the Financial Times.


Trium tops FT Executive MBA programme rankings 2014

Financial Times, 19 October 2014

The TRIUM Executive MBA, a joint program between HEC Paris, NYU Stern School of Business and London School of Economics, has been ranked #1 worldwide by the Financial Times.


MBA jobs: Get hired by General Electric

BusinessBecause.com, 16 October 2014

Multinationals such as General Electric (NYSE: GE) seek out HEC Paris MBA graduates when recruiting.


Experiment with organizational change before going all-in

Harvard Business Review, 13 October 2014

new study by a team of researchers from HEC Paris, Harvard Business School and the University of North Carolina, including Giada Di Stefano, shows how self-reflection is of vital importance in the learning process.


MBA rankings: US dominates in 2014 but Europe edges into top five

BusinessBecause.com, 13 October 2014

In the wake of a marked rise in its graduates' salaries, the HEC Paris MBA program has broken new ground, rising to fourth place in the annual BusinessBecause MBA rankings.


How clocks could be harming your health, happiness and productivity

Huffington Post, 13 October 2014

A new study from a team including Anne-Laure Sellier, associate professor at HEC Paris, reveals how a task-based organization of work produces happier workers than those who work by the clock.


The Economist updates its MBA ranking for 2014

Find-MBA.com, 10 October 2014

The HEC Paris MBA program enters the top 5 worldwide, and ranks #1 in Europe, in this year's annual MBA rankings published by The Economist.


Werken volgens de klok doodt de creativiteit

HP/De Tijd, 8 October 2014

A new study from a team including Anne-Laure Sellier, associate professor at HEC Paris, reveals how a task-based organization of work produces happier workers than those who work by the clock.


First impressions: New MBAs at French business schools

BusinessBecause.com, 6 October 2014

The end of summer brings with it a fresh MBA intake, with newly-arrived HEC Paris students reflecting on the first few days of their course.