Certified Innovative Organization (CInOrg)®
Certified Innovative Organization is a unique certification reserved exclusively for businesses and government agencies. Through a process of review and assessment that is conducted by our Authorize Innovation Assessor, the CInOrg establishes that your organization has demonstrated a certain level of maturity and capability with respect to being able to consistently deliver on short,medium, and long-term innovation and growth endeavors. This distinguishes your organization among its peers and competitors as being capable of delivering leading-edge value and customer experiences to its markets.
The assessment is available in English and Arabic
What Organizations Should Apply?
Benefits of Becoming a Certified Innovative Organization
Become a More Progressive, Forward–Thinking Organization
Ensure Your Organization’s Ongoing Relevance and Long-TermResilience
Develop the Capability to Drive Innovation Strategically ThroughoutYour Organization
Show the World Your Commitment to Innovation and Progress
Obtaining Certified Innovative Organization (CInOrg) Certification
We as a GInI Authorized Innovation Provider will provide two Authorized Innovation Assessors who will execute the CInOrg review and on-site assessment process with your organization, and thereafter submit the final Innovation Maturity Assessment Report (InMAR) to GInI. Following this, GInI will make a final determination of your organization’s passing of this process, and if passing the level of CInOrg certification it will be awarded. After this, GInI will notify your organization and its us of this determination, and will provide your organization with a copy of the Assessors final report (the InMAR).
The CInOrg Innovation Maturity Assessment
The CInOrg Innovation Maturity Assessment is conducted using GInI’s Innovation Maturity Assessment Tool, which was developed by GInI exclusively for this purpose. This tool assesses an organization’s level of innovation capability,maturity, and outcomes.
The innovation maturity assessment consists of eight Group Sections. Each Group Section is further divided into Categories, with there being 30 Categories in all.
The assessment seeks to answer four fundamental questions for each category,namely:
Presence / Definition
To what extent is a resource or element of the program in place to support the program and carry out the work, and to what extent has it been explicitly defined?
Appropriateness / Relevance
To what extent is a resource or element of the program appropriate to the program’s intended needs or the organization’s situation and strategy?
Use / Application
To what extent is a resource or element of the program being used (and potentially managed) effectively to support the program?
Outcomes / Results.
In what ways, and to what extent, is the use of a resource or element of the program actually achieving its intended objectives?