Take your organization to the next level
Reach your innovation ecosystem goals with the help of GIM Institute’s certification process
Steps to get Organization Maturity Certification
GIMI supports your organization’s innovation management and leadership goals.
GIMI Organization Maturity Certification (OMC) first requires an organizational audit, accomplished either via self-audit or 3rd-party auditors (GIMI certified auditors). After this assessment, your organization receives OMC certification for the current innovation maturity level, as well as implementation plans for achieving further results.
- Acquire annual license of GIMI Audit Tool for organizations (here)
- Conduct the innovation audit for your organization
- Within four weeks, GIM Institute reviews your organization’s audit results, provides recommendations to improve your innovation strategy, capacity and discipline, and assesses the right level of GIMI OMC certification for your organization
- Organization Maturity Certification (GIMI OMC): $2500 for each level attained
GIMI Certified Auditors
- Contact GIM Institute to recommend you the 3rd-party GIMI auditor, based on your industry and location.
- Receive the proposal from the 3rd-party auditor on audit price and deliverables
- Within 4 weeks time, GIM Institute reviews the audit results, provides you with recommendations on how to improve your innovation strategy, capacity & discipline, and assess the right level of Organization
- Organization Maturity Certification (GIMI OMC): $2500 for each level attained, plus auditor costs
Certification by level
- Clearly documented CEO innovation intent (case for change, business growth gap, willingness invest in projects).
- Initial innovation audit and priority improvement plan developed
- Minimum of three people certified as Level 1 and 2 GIMI practitioners
- CEO commitment to monitoring innovation progress
- One innovation project in progress, learning history. innovation project, KPIs and milestones attained
- 3 concepts
- Innovation project
- One external alliance
Certification by level
- Broad/Frequent communication by CEO of innovation intent
- Clearly documented strategic focus area for innovation and growth
- Third innovation audit and priority improvement plan
- Dedicated innovation and process manager
- Three committed teams for innovation projects
- At least ten people certified as GIMI Level 1 and Level 2 practitioners. Three or more people certified GIMI Level 3
- Innovation included in the agenda for monthly senior management and CEO
- Review meeting of current Innovation Projects
- Three innovation projects active, with learning histories and at least two future simulations.
- Innovation project KPIs and milestones measured
- 6 concepts per business unit
- 3-5 innovation projects per business unit
- One project successfully delivered to the market
- Net present value of projects