Innovation Capability Maturity Model

Innovation Capability Maturity Model

We now understand the solid strength of repeatable just-innovation, compared to e.g. overinnovation. ... An algebra of the different levels of maturity (Innovation Capability Maturity Model) We are now introducing the identification of ...

Author: Patrick Corsi

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119144359

Category: Mathematics

Page: 318

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Whilst innovation remains of course an approach, a process, and is still often even reduced to a set of results, it essentially reflects a way of thinking evolution. Time is up for varying the thinking methods according to capacities and learned and available competencies with a view to change… the thinking level. No domain and no sector is immune to this transformation in todays’ world Having clarified our ideas through this book, we remain ever more convinced that the leveled maturity approach will lead to real advances in innovation over the 2020 years. Hence the competitive capacities of organizations must evolve. As we strive in our quest for new inspiration sources in business, let us reckon that all is bound to evolving… including the way to evolve. In that resides the very capacity to innovate.
Categories: Mathematics

Innovation Capability Maturity Model

Innovation Capability Maturity Model

No domain and no sector is immune to this transformation in todays’ world Having clarified our ideas through this book, we remain ever more convinced that the leveled maturity approach will lead to real advances in innovation over the ...

Author: Patrick Corsi

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781848218277

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 318

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Whilst innovation remains of course an approach, a process, and is still often even reduced to a set of results, it essentially reflects a way of thinking evolution. Time is up for varying the thinking methods according to capacities and learned and available competencies with a view to change… the thinking level. No domain and no sector is immune to this transformation in todays’ world Having clarified our ideas through this book, we remain ever more convinced that the leveled maturity approach will lead to real advances in innovation over the 2020 years. Hence the competitive capacities of organizations must evolve. As we strive in our quest for new inspiration sources in business, let us reckon that all is bound to evolving… including the way to evolve. In that resides the very capacity to innovate.
Categories: Business & Economics

Advanced Information Systems Engineering Workshops

Advanced Information Systems Engineering Workshops

Open innovation maturity framework. Int. J. Innov. Manag. 15(06), 1161– 1189 (2011) Essmann, H., Du Preez, N.: An innovation capability maturity model–development and initial application. World Acad. Sci. Eng. Technol.

Author: John Krogstie

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319395647

Category: Computers

Page: 276

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of five international workshops held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in conjunction with the 28th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, CAiSE 2016, in June 2016. The 16 full and 9 short papers were carefully selected from 51 submissions. The associated workshops were the Third International Workshop on Advances in Services DEsign based on the Notion of CApabiliy (ASDENCA) co-arranged with the First International Workshop on Business Model Dynamics and Information Systems Engineering (BumDISE), the Fourth International Workshop on Cognitive Aspects of Information Systems Engineering (COGNISE), the First International Workshop on Energy-awareness and Big Data Management in Information Systems (EnBIS), the Second International Workshop on Enterprise Modeling (EM), and the Sixth International Workshop on Information Systems Security Engineering (WISSE).
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Global Innovation Science Handbook Chapter 47 Business Innovation Maturity Model

Global Innovation Science Handbook  Chapter 47   Business Innovation Maturity Model

The commercially successful software capability maturity model (CMM) was first inspired by Philip Crosby's quality management maturity grid and total quality management (TQM) principles. The capability aspect of CMM is based on the ...

Author: C. Robert Carlson

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071829984

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 12

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A chapter from the Global Innovation Science Handbook, a comprehensive guide to the science, art, tools, and deployment of innovation, brought together by two Editors of the prestigious International Journal of Innovation Science, with ground-breaking contributions from global innovation leaders in every type of industry.
Categories: Business & Economics

Digital Enterprise Transformation

Digital Enterprise Transformation

In the following section and also later on in this chapter, we present how such an approach can be applied to assess the maturity levels for Innovation Capability in a Digital Enterprise. 3.3 Innovation Capability maturity model Table ...

Author: Dr Axel Uhl

Publisher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781472448569

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 314

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The integration of technological innovations, such as In-Memory Analytics, Cloud Computing, Mobile Connectivity, and Social Media, with business practice can enable significant competitive advantage. In order to embrace recent challenges and changes in the governance of IT strategies, SAP and its think tank - the Business Transformation Academy (BTA) - have jointly developed the Digital Capability Framework (DCF). Digital Enterprise Transformation: A Business-Driven Approach to Leveraging Innovative IT by Axel Uhl and Lars Alexander Gollenia outlines the DCF which comprises six specific capabilities: Innovation Management, Transformation Management, IT Excellence, Customer Centricity, Effective Knowledge Worker, and Operational Excellence. In cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, University of St. Gallen (Switzerland), Queensland University of Technology (Australia), University of Liechtenstein (Principality of Liechtenstein), and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany), SAP and the BTA have been validating each capability and the corresponding maturity models based on analyzing several ‘lighthouse’ case studies comprising: SAMSUNG, IBM, Finanz Informatik, The Walt Disney Company, Google Inc., HILTI AG. Digital Enterprise Transformation presents how these companies take advantage of innovative IT and how they develop their digital capabilities. On top the authors also develop and present a range of novel yet hands-on Digital Use Cases for a number of different industries which have emerged from innovative technological trends such as: Big Data, Cloud Computing, 3D Printing and Internet of Things.
Categories: Business & Economics

I2MM Integrated Innovation Maturity Model for Lean Assessment of Innovation Capability

I2MM   Integrated Innovation Maturity Model for Lean Assessment of Innovation Capability

The purpose of this paper is to present the integrated innovation maturity model (I2MM).

Author: Tobias Müller-Prothmann

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1308959245

Category:

Page: 11

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The purpose of this paper is to present the integrated innovation maturity model (I2MM). The model was developed to evaluate innovation capabilities of companies using their innovation process and its flexibility towards changes of markets and the company's business environment as basis for assessment. Innovation processes have different impacts on projects through all phases of value creation. Yet, most of these processes are not adapted to early phases of idea management. The requirements engineering integrated innovation process (REI2P) highlights the early phases and underlines the importance of systematically integrating customer requirements into the innovation process. Based on REI2P, the I2MM is structured into four process areas: (1) ideation and product development, (2) innovation management, (3) requirements engineering, and (4) quality management. I2MM is a lean approach that fosters quality of systematic innovations and can perfectly be adjusted to meet the needs of large corporations and small and medium sized enterprises (SME) as well. I2MM was developed by the authors in the joint research project ISPYROM, funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).
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IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM IT CMFTM 2nd edition

IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM  IT CMFTM  2nd edition

This second edition of the IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM (IT-CMFTM) is a comprehensive suite of tried and tested practices, organizational assessment approaches, and improvement roadmaps covering key IT capabilities needed to optimize ...

Author: Martin Curley

Publisher: Van Haren

ISBN: 9789401806350

Category: Education

Page: 654

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Business organizations, both public and private, are constantly challenged to innovate and generate real value. CIOs are uniquely well-positioned to seize this opportunity and adopt the role of business transformation partner, helping their organizations to grow and prosper with innovative, IT-enabled products, services and processes. To succeed in this, however, the IT function needs to manage an array of inter-related and inter-dependent disciplines focused on the generation of business value. In response to this need, the Innovation Value Institute, a cross-industry international consortium, developed the IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM (IT-CMFTM). This second edition of the IT Capability Maturity FrameworkTM (IT-CMFTM) is a comprehensive suite of tried and tested practices, organizational assessment approaches, and improvement roadmaps covering key IT capabilities needed to optimize value and innovation in the IT function and the wider organization. It enables organizations to devise more robust strategies, make better-informed decisions, and perform more effectively, efficiently and consistently.IT-CMF is:• An integrated management toolkit covering 36 key capability management disciplines, with organizational maturity profiles, assessment methods, and improvement roadmaps for each. • A coherent set of concepts and principles, expressed in business language, that can be used to guide discussions on setting goals and evaluating performance.• A unifying (or umbrella) framework that complements other, domain-specific frameworks already in use in the organization, helping to resolve conflicts between them, and filling gaps in their coverage. • Industry/sector and vendor independent. IT-CMF can be used in any organizational context to guide performance improvement.• A rigorously developed approach, underpinned by the principles of Open Innovation and guided by the Design Science Research methodology, synthesizing leading academic research with industry practitioner expertise‘IT-CMF provides us with a structured and systematic approach to identify the capabilities we need, a way to assess our strengths and weaknesses, and clear pathways to improve our performance.’ Suresh Kumar,Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, BNY Mellon‘To successfully respond to competitive forces, organizations need to continually review and evolve their existing IT practices, processes, and cultural norms across the entire organization. IT-CMF provides a structured framework for them to dothat.’ Christian Morales, Corporate Vice President and General Manager EMEA, Intel Corporation‘We have successfully applied IT-CMF in over 200 assignments for clients. It just works. Or, as our clients confirm, it helps them create more value from IT.’ Ralf Dreischmeier, Senior Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group‘By using IT-CMF, business leaders can make sure that the tremendous potential ofinformation technology is realized in their organizations.’ Professor Philip Nolan, President, Maynooth University‘I believe IT-CMF to be comprehensive and credible. Using the framework helps organizations to objectively identify and confirm priorities as the basis for driving improvements.’Dr Colin Ashurst, Senior Lecturer and Director of Innovation, Newcastle University Business School
Categories: Education

Global Innovation Science Handbook

Global Innovation Science Handbook

The commercially successful software capability maturity model (CMM) was first inspired by Philip Crosby's quality management maturity grid and total quality management (TQM) principles. The capability aspect of CMM is based on the ...

Author: Praveen Gupta

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071792714

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 896

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A GROUNDBREAKING GUIDE TO THE ART, SCIENCE, TOOLS, AND DEPLOYMENT OF INNOVATION "It has never been more important to educate people and organizations how to out-imagine, out-create, and out-innovate....The insight and experiences captured by [this book] make an important contribution toward reaching this goal." -- From the Foreword by Deborah Wince-Smith, President, Council on Competitiveness Developed by the editors of the International Journal of Innovation Science and featuring contributions from more than 40 innovation experts and thought leaders, Global Innovation Science Handbook presents a proven approach for understanding and implementing innovation in any industry. This pioneering work is based on a defined body of knowledge that includes intent, methodology, tools, and measurements. It challenges the popular paradigm that "learned" innovation is impossible, and lays out a systematic process for developing innovation skills. Each chapter can be independently read and utilized in the daily practice of innovation. Real-world case studies from financial, government, and education sectors illustrate the concepts discussed in this definitive resource. Global Innovation Science Handbook covers: Preparing for innovation--establishing a framework and creating a culture for innovation Key innovation concepts, such as creativity, neuroscience, biomimetics, benchmarking, and ethnography Creativity tools, including Kano analysis, storyboarding, absence thinking, Lotus Blossom, SCAMPER, and others Techniques essential to innovation science, such as Six Thinking Hats, mind mapping, social networks, market research, and lead user analysis Innovation radar, indices, and other measurements Idea management--the process of creating, screening, exploring, and evaluating ideas to bring those most valuable from concept to reality Innovation methodologies, including TRIZ, Brinnovation, crowdsourcing, Eureka, stage gate, and others Deployment--a life-cycle approach involving inspiration, strategy, organization, excellence, culture, measurement, protection of intellectual property, and launch Case studies featuring cutting-edge technological innovations in finance, government, and education
Categories: Technology & Engineering