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Module 6 looks at how you – as a leader – can apply your new skills to drive change across your organization. We explore techniques, best practices and cutting edge thinking so you can “make it happen”.
Founded in 1881, HEC Paris has built itself on three core values: academic excellence, a strong sense of community and a commitment to diversity. Thanks to these values, the school has developed into one of the world’s best business schools, ranked #1 European Business School by the Financial Times in 2019.
We’ll be based at in Paris at the Porte de Champerret campus. It is located in north-west Paris near La Défense, the largest business district in Europe.
*Please note, module dates for Class of 2022 are revised due to Covid-19. For more information, click here.
The final module’s courses cover several themes that relate to the managerial challenge of Making it Happen.
Leadership is a key focus of this module. Global leadership development and the concepts and challenges studied throughout the program set the foundation for the Capstone leadership course, which incorporates aspects of leading for change, behavioural strategy and strategy implementation.
Supply Chain Management and Operations are fundamental to enabling businesses to deliver on their value proposition and during the final presentations of the Capstone course, student teams will present the plans to implement the business ideas they developed throughout the program.
This is the major theme of Module 6. We explore the behavioural basis of leadership, and will review four issues that every effective leader needs to understand for their own self-development and that of future leaders in their organization.
We look at one organizational aspect of leadership, sometimes called “Leadership in Context” which focuses on the leader’s role as a driver of change in an organization, and we’ll focus on one attribute that gives leaders and their organizations a sustainable competitive advantage.
We will introduce the “Cocktail of Change” and present several of its ingredients through case studies as well as interactive discussions and exercises.
Module 6 culminates with the final presentations of the Capstone course, where student teams present the plans to implement the business ideas they developed throughout the program. The presentations are made to the Capstone Project Board, made up of the Academic Directors and a number of external members.
We continually innovate the TRIUM program, so each year is set up slightly differently. The following courses are a sample of what you’ll cover in your time in Paris.
Key topics covered include:
This course covers an approach to leadership based on Process-orientation: a view that emphasises the management of processes rather than of individuals, events or tasks.
We call the approach Invisible Leadership. It is an aspect of leadership because a disciplined culture of well-run processes has a powerful impact on behaviours, expectations, and the ability to get results. It is invisible because, once processes take root, the leader themselves recede into the background and the leading is done indirectly.
We know that strategic decisions are crucial and that getting them implemented is even more critical. But both the decision themselves and their implementation are affected by our cognitive limitations as decision makers and by the dynamics of the organizations in which we make them. To understand how, we will explore the cognitive and behavioural biases that affect our strategic decisions.
Dr Mulford also is the Adjunct Professor at HEC-Paris, a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and a Visiting Faculty at the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin. His research interests include the psychology of judgment and decision, negotiation analysis, experimental game theory, and experimental research design.
Chris Burggraeve is a leading global marketer turned advisor, investor, entrepreneur, board member and academic. He joined NYU Stern (and TRIUM) as Executive-in-Residence and Capstone Director (since 2012). He holds an International Business and Economics Masters from the KULeuven (Belgium) and a Masters in European Economics from the Centre European Universitaire de Nancy (France).Faculty focus
Hervé Coyco teaches in various programs at HEC. Most particularly, within HEC Executive Education, he is a Program Director for various programs, especially for large multinational corporations. Hervé Coyco has been associated with HEC Executive Education, since 2008. He regularly gives lectures in Leadership and General Management in Europe and in the USA. In addition, Hervé Coyco is a consultant in Strategy, Organization and Management of International Operations.
Michel Fender is Adjunct Professor at HEC Paris since 2014 in charge of teaching Supply Chain, Value and Operations Management. He teaches in Executive MBAs such TRIUM, Executive Masters and Custom programmes.
Roger Hallowell teaches and is the Academic Director of programs for managers and executives in the fields of strategy and business policy as well as leadership. Among other assignments, he is the Academic Director of "Leading Strategies for Outstanding Performance" and teaches regularly in HEC Executive MBA.
Naomi Diamant joined New York University Stern School of Business in January 2012 as Deputy Dean for TRIUM, Assistant Dean of NYU Stern Global Degree Programs and Clinical Assistant Professor of Management Communications. She oversees academic planning and delivery for NYU Stern's global programs, and teaches courses in business communication. Prior to joining Stern, Professor Diamant served as Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives at New York University.
Randall P. White is an Affiliate Professor at HEC Paris where he regularly teaches in various Executive Education programs. Among other responsibilities, he is the Academic Coordinator of Leadership courses in HEC Executive MBA. In addition to his affiliation with HEC Paris, he is an adjunct professor at the Fuqua School of Business and Duke University. He teaches with Duke Corporate Education (Durham, London, and Ahmedabad) and IE Business School (Madrid).
Olivier Sibony is a writer, educator and consultant specializing in Strategy, strategic decision making and the organization of decision processes. Olivier Sibony teaches Business Strategy and Corporate Strategy courses in the MBA and Executive MBA programs. He also leads the Problem Solving and Communications workshop for MBA participants and teaches the Behavioral Strategy elective in the MIF program.
Each year we feature guest speaker sessions from academics and business people. Previous speakers have included:
Following the module, two individual assignments are due in early April. The final grading is then completed. The graduation ceremony is held in September in London.
The benefits of TRIUM go beyond just the transformational academic program. By joining our program you will enter a remarkable network of high-achieving global business leaders. The TRIUM Global Executive MBA alumni are among the most qualified and insightful in the international business world.
The 18 month experience, the learning and the life-long friendship you develop will be an outcome you will cherish for many years to come. If you believe you only live once, TRIUM is well worth the journey.
I saw that the program offers the rare global component I was looking for, and the average age of the TRIUM cohort appealed to me; it brings a higher level of conversation. I also recognized that I would be able to apply a high percentage of my classroom knowledge to my job.
If you’re wondering if it’s too late, or if you’re regularly in an environment where you’re often the smartest person in the room, take the TRIUM challenge – it’s humbling and refreshing at the same time.