Innovation Scorecard: Measuring the success of any innovation within business
September’s event in the Red Hat Research Days monthly series will take place on September 22nd from 3PM to 5PM CEST (9AM EDT, 4PM IDT). In this session, Ondřej Žižlavský, Associate Professor at Brno University of Technology and Eddie Fisher, Professor at SKEMA Business School and External P3M (Project, programme and portfolio management) Consultant at Brno University of Technology, will introduce Innovation Scorecard: a method that measures the success of any innovation. Zdeněk Švécar, IT Senior Project Manager at Red Hat, will lead a live discussion open to all attendees.
The concept of innovation is not new. It relates closely to the concept of change. Both are inevitable in today’s and tomorrow’s business environments. Standing still and hoping for the best is no longer a viable option. Innovation, by itself, is not a panacea for positive accomplishments. Of paramount importance to any business is how successful any innovation has actually been.
This presentation brings together the knowledge, learning and experience from the authors’ practical applications of a newly developed and implemented Innovation Scorecard methodology to close exactly this shortfall. Our ‘one stop shop’ solution is a complete end to end approach on how to measure the success of any innovation, irrespective of whether this relates to projects or business as usual work environments. This landmark concept provides an applied proof of concept across a range of business applications and a complete end to end process ‘how to measure success’. The presentation offers a starter-pack to get you on the road to measuring the success of innovation. You will be provided with a simple to follow user-friendly process and the necessary tools and techniques to develop your own style to measure success within your business organisation.
Project website: iscorecard.org
Ondřej Žižlavský, Associate Professor at Brno University of Technology
Eddie Fisher, Professor at SKEMA Business School, External P3M (Project, programme and portfolio management) Consultant at Brno University of Technology
Zdeněk Švécar, IT Senior Project Manager at Red Hat
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