Ideas Management System
Article Index
Ideas Management System
1.1 What Is Ideas Management?
1.2 The Basic Concept of an Ideas Management System
1.3 Advanced Innovation and Ideas Management System
1.4 A Successful Ideas Management Campaign: Volkswagen
1.5 Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing
2.1 Examples of Ideas/Innovation Management Awards
2.2 Management Innovator Award Winners
2.3 Crowdsourcing for Innovation in the US Federal Government
2.4 Top Ideas Management Software
3.1 Zentrum Ideenmanagement International Award: Swiss Post
3.2 IdeaScale Innovation Management Awards: Engagement Strategy Winner
3.3 IdeaScale Innovation Management Awards: Best Moderation Strategy Winner
3.4 How to Manage for Collective Creativity
3.5 Golden Peacock Innovation Management Award Winner
3.6 European Business Awards (Innovation) Winner
3.7 Award for Innovative Management - Silver Award
3.8 Innovation Excellence Award (Ideas Management) Winner
3.9 AFKARI: Dubai Electricity Water Authoritys Ideas Management System
4.1 Creating a Core Innovation Capability
4.2 Implementing Creative Ideas in Organisations
4.3 A Literature Review of Ideas Management
4.4 The Role of Idea Management Systems for Innovation in Large Organisations
4.5 Grassroots Innovation and Innovation Democracy
4.6 How Ideas Management Feed the Innovation Process
4.7German Centre for Ideas Management: Special Prize
5.1 Crowdicity Social Innovation Platform
5.2 Spigit Ideation Software and Case Studies
5.3 Secrets to a Successful Innovation Program
5.4 Shells Gamechanger: A Useful Process Tool
5.5 Innovation Platform using the Principle of the Stock Market
5.6 How to Evaluate Ideas
5.7 Methods for Innovation Management
5.8 Best Approaches and Tools for the Complexity of Innovation
5.9 The InnovationXchange Challenge
5.10 How to Reward Employee Great Ideas
5.11 Best Practices for Ideas Evaluation
6.1 Innovation Management Self-Assessment Tool
6.2 Value Creation In Fleury Groups Innovation Process
6.3 Vetter Employee Suggestion Box Case Studies
6.4 Innovation Management Assessment Tool
6.5 Measuring Open Innovation: A Toolkit for Successful Innovation Teams
6.6 Innovation Maturity (Organisational-Wide) Self-Assessment
6.7 IBPC First Organisation-Wide Innovation Award
7. What do business leaders say about ideas management systems?

6.7 International Best Practice Competition’s First Organisation-Wide Innovation Award

Source: Centre for Organisational Excellence Research (COER), New Zealand (date of information: 2017
Link: Organisation-Wide Innovation Award (International Best Practice Competition)

Application/Key learning points: The award recognises organisations that excel in inculcating an innovation culture through all facets of their operation, from leadership to employees, and which covers all stakeholders to lead to innovative processes, products, and services. One of the key components of this is the ideas management system. The Organisation-Wide Innovation Award was designed by COER, the developers of the Business Performance Improvement Resource (BPIR). Within the BPIR are videos and examples of winners of this award that have exemplary ideas management systems. The criteria for the Organisation-Wide Innovation Award consist of:
  1. Leadership: describe how your senior leaders foster and support an organisation-wide innovation culture.
  2. Strategic Planning: describe how your strategy—vision, mission, values and objectives—supports an organisation-wide innovation culture.
  3. People and Culture: describe how your people are encouraged to be innovative and how your culture encourages risk-taking and collaborative innovation efforts.
  4. Training and Development: describe the training and development activities that support innovation within your organisation.
  5. Processes, Tools, and Techniques: describe the processes, systems, tools, and techniques that are used to encourage idea generation, problem solving, and the capture of best practices.
  6. Ideas and Best Practice Management: describe how ideas and “better practices” are managed from concept to implementation.
  7. Facilities and Resources: describe how the physical working environment and use of resources supports organisation-wide innovation.
  8. Stakeholder Relationships: describe how the relationships with your stakeholders—customers, suppliers and partners—support organisation-wide innovation.
  9. Metrics: describe the metrics used to measure innovation within your organisation.
  10. Results: describe the key results achieved in the last two years which demonstrate your success in achieving organisation-wide innovation—across processes/products and services.

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