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The Innovation Scorecard is a self assessment tool that supports the early planning and preparation that is critical to an organisation’s ability to improve its innovation capability. It has been developed by Enterprise Ireland in partnership with IDA Ireland and the Reform and Delivery Office in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER) with grant funding awarded under the Public Service Innovation Fund.

Innovation, as defined in the national Public Service Innovation Strategy, is the creation of a new, viable offering that adds value. This scorecard focuses on five of the key groups of innovation management elements aligned with the ISO 56000 series: Leadership and Planning; Organisation Context; Operations; Supports; Evaluation & Improvement. This questionnaire has 9 sections and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Once submitted, you will automatically receive a report with an analysis of your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses from your perspective with suggestions areas for development.

You may wish to view this sample report before starting the process.

Please click on the button below to send us details about yourself and your public service organisation. We will then send you an invitation to complete the scorecard questionnaire. If you have any questions please contact us at innovation@per.gov.ie.

Innovation Scorecard Request Form

 

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Please note that the information you provide will be shared with the Reform and Delivery Office in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform so they can analyse the data for insights from a sectoral point of view. The data will also be held in an Enterprise Ireland (EI) database as they are the developers of the innovation assessment tool. No EI colleagues will access this data apart from those maintaining the database and tool. The information you provide will not be shared with other third parties except if required by law including the Irish Data Protection Act 2018. The data will be stored for a period of no longer than six years.


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