TULSA, OK — The McIntosh Group founder and CEO Lanny McIntosh has been accepted into the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s Advanced Management Development Program in Real Estate (AMDP), an intensive program designed for senior executives in real estate-related industries.
“I am privileged to be in a room surrounded by brilliant minds from all over the world,” McIntosh said. “This year’s program just started, and I’ve already learned so much not only through the courses, which are incredibly well put together, but also from simply talking to the other students who each have colorful, successful backgrounds.”
AMDP is a six-week, executive development program held over the course of one year. According to the program’s website, “Participants come from all over the world and reflect a variety of industry sectors connected to the built environment. All are proven leaders in their field, with an average of 20 years of experience (minimum of 15 years). Typical participants include major property developers in regional, national, and international markets; senior executives in the real estate investment and property management industries, chiefs of public planning, as well as founders or partners of successful architectural practices.”
The curriculum covers finance, strategy, development, planning and design, technology and leadership. Part of the program will include a real-world development plan team project as well as an independent project integrating the students’ strategic goals with their AMDP experiences.
Students who complete the program and a final week of electives will earn Harvard Graduate School of Design alumni status.
The McIntosh Group (TMG) is a comprehensive, nationwide architecture firm specializing in accessibility consulting, brand management and program management solutions. Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, TMG is licensed in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. For information on The McIntosh Group, visit www.themcintoshgroup.com.