HEC reaffirms its values and its commitment to tolerance and diversity
HEC Paris was victim of an anti-Semitic graffiti attack last week. The tags were discovered by students on the morning of October 12, scrawled on the walls of a study room in a student housing building. School authorities immediately took the necessary measures to begin to identify the culprits and filed an official complaint with the Versailles police authorities. Together with HEC student and Alumni associations, they expressed their condemnation and outrage at this heinous act of aggression. The following reflects the position of HEC’s administration led by Peter Todd and representatives of the campus student councils, as shared in an extraordinary Town Hall assembly on October 15.
Cornerstone OnDemand and HEC Paris Join Forces to Build the Digital Human Resources of the Future
LONDON – October 9, 2018 - Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ:CSOD), a global leader in cloud-based learning and human capital management software (HCM), has today announced a partnership with HEC Paris Business School for a new research project, focusing on human resources and human capital management through exhaustive data analysis.
HEC Paris experts publish White Paper to guide effective Digital Transformation in industry
HEC Paris makes Purposeful Leadership a strategic priority
HEC Paris Dean Peter Todd and Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly this morning announced the creation of the Joly Family Endowed Chair in Purposeful Leadership. This is the first-ever HEC endowed Chair supported by an Alumnus. This new type of Chair has been created to reflect and encourage the personal support of its Alumni for the business school.
HEC Paris Signs Strategic Partnerships in China in Presence of French Prime Minister
France’s number one business school, HEC Paris, has signed major partnership agreements with two of China’s top universities, SUSTech in Shenzhen and Tsinghua University in Beijing. They aim to strengthen academic research, develop executive programs and create world-class degrees in fields as diverse as innovation management, entrepreneurship and creative industries. The partnerships will also reinforce academic research in the two countries. The agreements were signed in the course of the June 22-25 visit to China by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe