Appendix: Examples of Tasks and Initiatives to Support Innovation
Any audit of a company's innovation governance system, whatever the model chosen, must include a management review of the range of tasks that should be carried out by those people (or governance mechanisms) responsible for innovation. The questions management should ask are twofold:
- Do the people (or collective mechanisms) to whom we have allocated the responsibility for innovation carry out all the tasks that are part of a comprehensive innovation governance system, i.e. is the scope of our governance system comprehensive?
- How have these tasks been allocated between the person(s) or mechanism with primary responsibility for innovation and those with a support function, and has ...