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    Innovation Management Maturity Model

    The Innovation Management Maturity Model core set consists of seven (7) publications. Adopting the Innovation Management Maturity Model is a voluntary process that organizations can use to establish and or improve their capability to innovate. The seven publications consist of:

    1. Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document
    2. Maturity Model Assessment Checklist, including Maturity Grid
    3. Maturity Model Interpretation Guideline
    4. Basic Implementation Guideline
    5. Innovation Definitions
    6. Accreditation and Certification Program
    7. Innovation Metrics

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    Innovation Management Maturity Model Supporting Documentation

    The Innovation Management Maturity Model supporting documentation consists of:

    1. Sustainability Guideline
    2. Supply Chain Innovation Guideline

    1. INNOVATION MANAGEMENT MATURITY MODEL REQUIREMENT DOCUMENT

    This publication is the hierarchy or governing document or the core set to which all other documents provide support or guidance. It is a requirements document, not a book, method or technique.

    The TIM Accreditation and Certification Program for organizations and individuals is based on Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document.The Model is comprised of six (6) elements. These elements form the essential parts of innovation:

  • Culture
  • Leadership
  • Resources
  • Processes
  • Monitoring & Measuring
  • Improvement
  • Within each element of the Model are numbered clauses. These clauses, fifty eight (58) in total, form the requirements of the Model by element. The clauses are generic in nature (not sector specific) and can be easily adopted by any type of organization.

    To comply or conform to the Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document, an organization would need to address each clause in all elements of the Model. In doing so the organization would be developing their unique Innovation Management Maturity Model.

    2. STANDARD ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST

    This publication provides users of the Model an Assessment Checklist that corresponds to the elements and clauses of Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document.

    The Assessment Checklist is typically used to conduct an initial gap assessment of the organization’s compliance to the Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document. It can also be used for conducting external assessments.

    Once an organization has developed their unique Innovation Management Maturity Model the Assessment Checklist would be modified to reflect the system they developed. 

    3. STANDARD INTERPRETATION GUIDELINE

    This publication is a guideline that provides users of the Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document an interpretation of the requirements of the Framework.

    The guideline corresponds to the elements and clauses of Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document.

    4. BASIC IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINE

    This publication is a guideline that provides users of the Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document a generic methodology on how to adopt the Model within their organization.

    The document corresponds to the elements of Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document.

    5. INNOVATION DEFINITIONS

    This reference publication provides definitions to terms used in the Innovation Management Maturity Model.

    6. ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

    This reference publication describes the requirements and protocols associated with the TIM Accreditation and Certification Program.The Programs applies to individuals, trainers, auditors and organizations.

    7. INNOVATION METRICS

    This reference publication provides users of the Innovation Management Maturity Model Requirement Document sample measurements and metrics.

    The measurements and metrics would be defined in the organization’s Innovation Management Maturity Model for monitoring and measuring the organization’s innovation capability along with innovation activities associated with the system and projects.

     

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