Certified Innovation Auditor
Certified Innovation Auditors approved by GIMI assess an organization’s innovation practices using a high-performing framework. They analyze processes, strategies, and initiatives to identify strengths, weaknesses, and improvement opportunities. Their goal is to provide actionable insights and recommendations to enhance innovation performance and competitiveness
A Successful Auditor
In the GIMI community, a successful auditor is characterized by steadfast integrity, exceptional technical expertise, profound knowledge, and an unwavering dedication to upholding the utmost standards of professionalism
Our certified auditors possess three certifications, which include:
GIMI Level 3 - Experts
Knowledge on Innovation Management
MCI - Level 1
Management Consulting Skills
GIMI – Auditor Certification
Understands GIMI Organizational Certification
Who should apply?
Possess a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, accounting, finance, or a related field, combined
Demonstrate a minimum of 5 years of experience in innovation, strategy, research and development, product development, or a related field
Have the skills to examine, listen and analyze information and organize the key findings in a clear and insightful reports
Are committed to uphold the highest standards of professionalism
What are the benefits?
Who should apply?
The Innovation Manager Level 3 course is the first step towards becoming a Certified Chief Innovation Officer, providing managers with advanced knowledge in innovation strategy, capacity, and discipline for organizational success
With the MCI Level 1 course you will learn tools designed to help you be a trusted advisor, use structured thinking, get quality outputs and build compelling presentations
The Auditor Certifications provide the necessary material and guidance to gain a deep understanding of the GIMI Process for Organizational Certification, acquire in-depth knowledge of auditing requirements and deliverables, and develop essential skills in effective communication, analytical thinking, attention to detail, and ethical practices