Welcome to the Workshop on Measuring for Innovation
InnovationManagement is pleased to invite you to a workshop on November 10 at VINNOVA in Stockholm. The workshop will introduce the Applied Innovation Management article Measuring for innovation – guide for innovative teams which will provide you with new knowledge and a framework which will guide you and your team in establishing an innovation measurement program. The workshop is led by the authors of the article; Fredrik Nilsson, Björn Regnell, Tobias Larsson and Sofia Ritzén.
How do you know that you and your team are innovative? What are your measurement indicators for innovation?
If you do not have clear answers to these questions you have good reasons to participate in the work shop “Measuring for innovation – a guide for innovative teams”. As innovation is a necessity for any organization today, the ability to assess and measure the progress and impact of your innovation efforts might be a true source of competitive advantage. In this workshop you will be provided with a framework which will guide you and your team in establishing an innovation measurement program. Once a suitable innovation measurement program has been implemented the innovation capabilities of your team, as well as the confidence from both internal and external stakeholders will increase.
The workshop focuses on the assessment of innovation capability at team level in relation to the processes which takes place before actual product or service development projects are decided; when new business models, technological opportunities and intellectual property rights are created and investigated. We will present and discuss a measurement framework called MINT (Measuring Innovation Capability in Teams). This framework focusing on four areas: innovation elicitation, selection, impact and ways of working.
Your outcome of the workshop will be increased insights for how you and your organization can measure innovation efforts and better drive innovation processes. You will also get the possibility to buy documentation and do it yourself instructions in the Applied Innovation Management article Measuring for innovation, by Fredrik Nilsson, Björn Regnell, Tobias Larsson and Sofia Ritzén.
Register early to ensure your spot
What: The workshop “Measuring for innovation – a guide for innovative teams”
When: November 10, between 10 and 12 followed by a light lunch.
Where: VINNOVA, Mäster Samuelsgatan 56, Stockholm.
The workshop is free of charge, but we need your confirmed participation before November 3. Capacity is limited to 35 persons. Please register early to ensure your spot. If you have any questions or to register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop is led by Associate Professor Fredrik Nilsson and his colleagues Björn Regnell, Tobias Larsson and Sofia Ritzén.
Fredrik Nilsson is Associate Professor at the Department of Design Sciences, Lund University. For the past 5 years he has researched Innovation capabilities in high-tech industries and healthcare.. He is also responsible for two Master’s courses; Innovation Engineering and Healthcare Innovation and Management.
Björn Regnell is Professor at the Department of Computer Science, and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University. He is an active researcher into Empirical software engineering with a focus on the early phases of software product development, including requirements engineering for software-intensive systems. He is currently leading investigations which focus specifically on software innovation and software product management.
Tobias Larsson is Professor, and Head of Division at the Division of Functional Product Development, Luleå University of Technology. His interest is in Innovation regarding product/service systems and his research is conducted in collaboration with manufacturing industries in the aerospace and automotive sectors.
Sofia Ritzén is Associate Professor at the Department of Machine Design, the Royal Institute of Technology. Her research area is that of organizing and managing product development processes with a focus on effectiveness and innovativeness. Sofia is also the director of PIEp, Product Innovation Engineering program, a national venture for increased innovation capability in people and organizations.