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06 avril 2023

Les sciences cognitives dans le monde de l'entreprise

Le séminaire "DEC Alt Ac + Sciences Cognitives Appliquées" est un séminaire bi-mensuel dans le cadre duquel les invité.es montrent comment les sciences cognitives peuvent être appliquées au monde "réel" (c'est-à-dire non-académique). Ce séminaire s'adresse à toute.s les étudiant.es, jeunes chercheur.ses curieux.ses des applications possibles de la recherche en sciences cognitives. Le 13 avril 2023, le séminaire accueillera un invité exceptionnel, le professeur Olivier Sibony.


 

olivier sibony

Professor Sibony is a globally renowned expert in the field of decision-making and problem-solving. He is an author, a consultant, and a former senior partner of McKinsey & Company, a leading global management consulting firm. He is now an Affiliate Professor in the Strategy Department at HEC Paris and an Associate Fellow at the Saïd Business School (Oxford University).

Professor Sibony is a graduate of HEC Paris, and he holds a Ph.D. from the Université Paris-Dauphine. His research and writing have focused on a range of topics, including cognitive biases, strategic decision-making, and innovation. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and practitioner-oriented publications. His previous two books, "Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment" and "You're About to Make a Terrible Mistake!" have accrued wide acclaim.

Why would a judge give two different sentences for the same crime? This is, for instance, the type of questions that Olivier explores in the book Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment, along with Daniel Kahneman and Cass R. Sunstein. In this international best-seller, they present the causes and consequences of noise in our decision-making that leads to errors of judgment.

Site internet d'Olivier Sibony   

Le séminaire aura lieu à l'ENS à 17h15 dans la salle Ribot, 29 rue d’Ulm, ainsi qu'en ligne : https://sciencespo.zoom.us/j/9864164767.

Conférence en anglais. La conférence sera suivie d'un échange avec Olivier Sibony.


 

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