Participate in Our Programs

At the Christensen Institute, we put our research into action – because understanding a report only goes so far.

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To put innovation into practice, we offer online learning programs and in-person workshops where our researchers cultivate communities of innovative thinkers. By sharing ideas and tangible, theory-based takeaways through intimate discussions with those eager to make a difference in the world, the insights gleaned from these programs move beyond rhetoric to reality.

Our current programs

Many of our programs are on-demand and online for flexibility; and capped at smaller numbers of attendees for a high-touch, collaborative experience. However, we’re always considering additional programs, so please inquire for additional opportunities and check back often!

Executive Education Course

Our immersive, live-online course is designed to help you take the guesswork out of innovation to achieve lasting success for your organization.

Innovation Insider Community

This is a monthly online gathering where we assess current health care trends, news, and businesses through the lens of theory. In applying theory, we uncover unique insights about industry happenings, and how you—as a health care innovator and leader—should think about responding. The result? Feeling more confident to face  the future regardless of volatility and uncertainty.

A La Carte Workshops

Market-creating innovation (MCI) workshops are delivered on-the-ground to innovators across the world from South Africa to Colombia. They introduce entrepreneurs to the Christensen Institute’s applicable insights on the process of market-creation, and give them a space to connect with others who speak the same innovation language—the first step to creating an ecosystem that fosters sustainable development. In 2023, we conducted the Market-Creating Innovation Bootcamp for Policymakers, as well as the first Bootcamp for Policymakers, to the Minister and staff at the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation in Uganda—it remains available and open to all. For more information on how to participate, sponsor, or suggest a workshop, please contact Sandy Sanchez. 

Bespoke programs

Have an idea for a program that you think the Christensen Institute could host or lead? Let us know! Contact us: