If an organization decides to continue to grow, innovation is inseparable with the grow. Generally, 50% of the growth has to do with innovation. The start can be made quickly: collecting innovative ideas, free up the budget, appointing special project managers who can manage the innovative projects. Than the question is, what will be your next step? What will have the biggest impact? Most of the time the organization doesn’t have the resources to execute everything. It’s important to choose between multiple steps you want to take. Which steps have priority and which steps can be postponed?
Innovation can be of great value if you use it in every layer of your organization, from strategy to operations and the supporting systems. This will have a big impact on your organization if it is done correctly. Not surprising that it takes effort to have a clear organization map for innovation. The Innovation Maturity model can provide these insights and overviews. An Innovation Maturity Model helps organizations to make the right development step by step.
Innovation takes place, but usually ad-hoc and completely driven by individual questions from customers and/or employees. In the company, people are generally not yet fully aware of what in innovatie organization must comply with and which roles and responsibilities go with it.
Ideas are now actively being collected, but optimized innovation processes or procedures are not yes used for this. People are aware of the required roles and responsibilities, they just have not yet been assigned and given the right priority.
Innovations are actively managed from a roadmap. Almost all parts of the Innovation Framework have been implemented and work together to a certain extent. Roles and responsibilities are clear and assigned.
The roadmap with innovatie projects and initiatives are the driving force behind forces behind the strategic planning, project management and innovation. All parts of the innovation framework have been implemented and have already undergone several of improvements. Roles and responsibilities are clear and assigned