Since 1998, through its leadership and Innovation programmes with INSEAD, Johnson & Johnson has invested in almost 1500 senior healthcare leaders across EMEA. These programmes invite health leaders to embark into a journey of self-guided discovery to further develop their leadership and innovation capacity – realising their vital role in building the resilience of communities and health systems. The belief is that it is key to invest today in increasing the leadership and innovation capacity of health leaders of tomorrow as they will play an instrumental role in rethinking and transforming health systems in the years to come.
Innovating for Health is the result of the Trust’s longstanding partnership with INSEAD to provide management education for healthcare professionals. INSEAD is a Flagship Partner within the Trust’s 2020 strategy and a key component of the Trust’s goal to advance knowledge and innovation in seeking to transform health care systems. The Trust works across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region in making a difference in human health through multiple social impact interventions. Currently within the Trust’s partnership portfolio there are over 70 active programmes run with partner organisations. For more information about the Trust and its activities, please visit www.jjcct.org
"What the programme did, and what I took away, were strengthened pillars. I had conceptual knowledge of business models and canvases, but what I was missing was how to implement these."
How Stefan Vlachos and Nina Lahti, past participants of Innovating Health for Tomorrow, took their learnings and applied them to drive innovation in the workplace.
"Thanks to all our activities, we are getting a reputation for being in the innovation space. People are hearing about what we are doing." Harry Majewski speaks about how the Innovating Health for Tomorrow equipped him with tools in innovation and healthcare, changing his mindset in the process.
Innovating Health for Tomorrow alumnus, Bharath Balasubramaniam, on how the programme gave him a sense of direction and the confidence to look at things differently.