Paul Ingram:

I'm sometimes asked, "What's an ideal, typical participant for the advanced management program?" The truth of the matter is that our program thrives on the diversity of the participants. So, I resist saying, "An ideal type," because people from every nation, people from different kinds of organizations, big and small, public and private, are all integral parts of our program. And in fact, the learning really depends on the diversity in the classroom.

Bruce Craven:

There's a whole element in the program where each participant is taking kind of the insights from their industry and sharing what is applicable to people from other industries and other cultures. And that just creates a very virtuous cycle of learning for the whole four weeks, and after, they become a real community.