Become a Certified Innovation Manager

Next masterclass cohort
April 18th


About The Certified Innovation Manager Program

The Innovation Manager Level 3 certification is designed to provide managers with a clear understanding of the innovation management techniques needed for their organizations to succeed. It includes an advanced understanding of business innovation strategy, capacity, and discipline.


Certified Innovation Manager Program Modules

  • Define a Case for Change that gives innovation a purpose
  • Identify strategic spaces to focus innovation efforts
  • Develop your company’s innovation portfolio
  • Identify leaders to manage innovation within the organization
  • Improve the innovation process from idea to commercialization
  • Map partners to collaborate across the value chain to go faster
  • Drive innovation mindset to think “What if” and “What’s next”
  • Use innovation metrics to guide behaviors and results
  • Agree on strategic next steps to improve innovation management

Certified Innovation Manager Program Instructors

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Why Get Certified With GIMI?

GIMI is a global nonprofit professional organization driving standards for innovation management that leverage a range of core frameworks and competencies. We teach the next generation of innovators how to successfully discover innovation breakthroughs, accelerate results and build a new set of professional skills. Our mission is to help individuals, companies and regions develop world-class innovation and innovation management capabilities.


You will be able to:

  • Advance your career and stand out from your peers
  • Increase your value to your organization
  • Access GIMI’s global innovation ecosystem and best practices
  • Network and share experiences with other innovation professionals

More than 13,000 professionals have been certified in GIMI’s programs, representing companies from Fortune 500


April 18th


4 weeks

Tuesdays and Thursdays 

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 


$ 1.500 USD
Discounts available for groups