Innovation audit tool

Evaluate your innovation capability using our free innovation audit tool.
Innovation Audit
What is the innovation audit

The innovation audit is a tool you can use to evaluate your innovation capability and to identify priority improvements to make.

We define innovation as the capability to develop and deliver novel solutions to problems.

25 questions to identify innovation improvements

The innovation audit contains 25 questions you will answer to help us evaluate your current capability and to identify improvements you could be making.

These questions are examining different capabilities such as your strategy, skills, process and people.

What we're analysing

The questions are analysing the following components of your innovation capability.

This is a preliminary analysis

The audit tool relies on your input, and as such the more informed and honest your input, the better we can assess things.

We note organisations are complex, so use this as a springboard rather than the be all and end all to understanding your innovation capability.

When to use the audit tool

We recommend using this tool if you are seeking to invest into innovation but you don't know where to start.

It will help you identify possible first tactics you could undertake to enhance your capability.

How to use the tool

Using the tool is simple: answer 25 questions, then we will analyse and send you a customised report which you can use to communicate internally.

Follow the button below to the 25 questions or you can go to our audit page on the website to use it later.

Innovation Audit
Example report

The below is an example of the kind of report you would receive customised for your organisation.

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