The IKE Institute (IKE) is the UK’s professional body for innovators. IKE is represented on the BSI (British Standards Institute)/ ISO (International Standards Organisation) Committee for developing the international standards for innovation.
IKE Institute's Investor in Innovations® (I3) Standard is a robust and well-established Benchmarking Assessment and Validation Framework (Figure 1) that comprises of the following categories:
Investor in Innovations Standard - Framework Categories
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IKE Institute’s Investor in Innovations provides a realised framework enabling all parts of the ISO 56000 Innovation Management Guidance Series to be integrated in an effective and coherent way.
Having this alignment also enables ISO recommended Good Practice to be incorporated, thus offering an unprecedented level of innovation support and expert guidance to fast-track an organisation’s innovation capabilities.
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The new ISO 56002 (part of the ISO 56000 series) Innovation Management Systems is intended as a Guidance Standard and not a Regulatory Compliance Standard. It sets out common definitions and language, promotes the need for a systematic approach to innovation and promotes the adoption of good practices .
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The framework in Figure 2 illustrates how the categories in Investor in Innovations have been mapped and align with the ISO 56000 Innovation Management Series.
Investor in Innovations Alignment to ISO 56000 Innovation Management Series
The Investor in Innovations Standard inculcating the current ISO 56000 series Guidance Standards will be awarded to the successfully validated organisation for a period of 3 years.
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 Remains in Development by the ISO TC 279