Wooden Staircase

Learning toolkit

At the end of the innovation journey it would be tempting to sit back and relax, grateful that the hard work is over.  But this last stage is in many ways the most important – reviewing where we’ve been and what we’ve learned.  Even if the project has failed there are still opportunities to build on our experience and capture ideas about how we might change the way we approach things next time. 

 

There are several tools to help explore some of the issues involved in learning and building innovation management capability

 

Click on the links to find particular activities for this theme or browse the A-Z list

Deming wheel (PDCA)

Discontinuous innovation audit

Entrepreneur's audit

High involvement audit

Identifying innovative capabilities

Innovation fitness test

Learning networks

Open innovation audit

Post-project reviews

SPOTS assessment questionnaire