Here is what Theodore Marmor, Professor Emeritus at Yale University and director of one of the IMHL modules, wrote about the program:
"I have taught for about a decade in the Harvard Kennedy School program for senior fellows. I have taught at the executive program in health policy and management at Columbia's School of Public Health, and given lots of talks around the world. Now I organize with Antonia Maioni the IMHL module on 'navigating the system.'
So, where does that leave me? The IMHL is better structured to bring the participants to a realistic view of management and decision-making than any other program with which I have been associated. The program is cross-disciplinary, cross-border, and cross-experience, with an emphasis on comparative perspectives from people with different starting points. The five mindsets are sensibly distinguished and attended to rather than privileging one or another approach, whether psychological, marketing, political or whatever. I have come back again and again because I believe this is serious education, not trying to milk the cash cow of executive education."