You could be forgiven for mistaking some MFS class discussions for college seminars. While a little competition is always healthy, we don't believe that a culture of shielding your test answers from your neighbor is the answer. In today's wide open work world, where boundaries get broken daily, each participant has to be prepared to contribute their piece, and hear what others have to say. In doing so, students tread the fine line between compromising and taking the lead to collectively come up with the best possible answer to each and every problem. We think tomorrow's leaders should learn to play nicely with potential partners starting now.