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New Evidence Reveals Training Can Reduce Cognitive Bias And Improve Decision-making
HEC Paris Professor Anne-Laure Sellier's latest field study suggests that one-shot de-biasing training can significantly reduce the deleterious influence of cognitive bias on decision making. The results of her paper "establish a clear link between cognitive bias reduction training and improved judgment/decision-making abilities in a high-risk managerial context" , she writes on Forbes.
B-School With A Sizzle: HEC Paris Cooks Up A New Dual Degree
Starting this fall, HEC Paris, the highly ranked elite haute ecole for business, is teaming with cooking school L’atelier des Chefs to serve up a foodie option, a double degree that is France’s first professional degree in cooking for Master in Management students, writes American publication Poets & Quants.
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IMD and London Business School Top Ranking Of The Best International MBA Programs
HEC Paris jumped two spots in this year's Forbes' international MBA ranking to rank second among international two-year programs with a five-year gain of $79,761. It is one of the more affordable two-year programs in the world at a cost of $70,400. Class of 2018 graduates had the highest median base salary ($127,410) and highest median signing bonus ($28,943) of any international program. Only eight U.S. programs saw higher median base and median signing bonuses. Amazon employed the most graduates, followed by consulting firms McKinsey & Company and Bain & Company.
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HEC Paris lanza doble grado en cocina francesa para estudiantes del Master in Management
HEC Paris business school has partnered with cookery school L’atelier des Chefs to launch France’s first professional degree in French cooking for its Master in Management students. This new double degree is a direct response to the increasing demand of the school’s students interested in developing a career in the catering – hospitality sector, writes America Economia.