The project had started in January 2019 and was successfully completed in December 2021.
We are proud to announce that the book about the Innovation Scorecard methodology and its practical application is now available in Springer.
Ondřej Žižlavský and Eddie Fisher presented their highly acclaimed methodology to an international audience of business and research professionals during the recent Red Hat Annual Research Event in the Czech Republic (Sep 2021). An edited recording of this presentation has now been released and can be freely accessed on our website together with other relevant reading material and templates.
A third article for PMI Knowledge Shelf was published. It presents results from application of Innovation Scorecard approach and its modification for agile software development environment.
Our new article in a series of four was published by PMI this month. It describes the completion of one of our subprojects in Red Hat. It relates to the concept of how to measure success in innovation projects/work environments.
The 'first in a series of four articles' has now been published by Project Management Institute (PMI) in their Knowledge Shelf. It is an introductory article about the topic of Innovation Scorecard and talks about the concept of measuring the success of changes/innovations in project and other work environments.
The iScorecard team gave a well-received presentation about the Innovation Scorecard Genesis and Application during the August 2020 SKEMA Business School Eden Event.
The iScorecard team’s ongoing endeavours towards developing a new methodology for measuring innovation success in projects has now been internationally recognised in the Association for Project Management’s Summer 2020 Edition of their Project Journal. We acknowledge the contribution of Alexander Garrett as the author of the article 'Innovation Gold-Dust-Capturing the Elusive'.
The iScorecard team published an article in CAFINews to share the valuable experiences gained from rolling out an Innovation Scorecard application in a real life working environment within Red Hat, Brno. The first project, known as Atomic Host and now completed, provided an opportunity to share the progress made, outcomes and lessons learned from this project with the community of practice in the Czech Republic.
The iScorecard Team is proud to announce that they presented and published a research paper that covered the theoretical background and principles of an Innovation Scorecard concept at the 13th International Conference of Project Management (ProMAC2019). This Conference was organized by the Society of Project Management (SPM) and the International Project Management Association (IPMA, Japan Chapter) and was held in Myanmar. The iScorecard Team received valuable feedback from Conference participants, made up of global practitioners and academics, regarding their presentation about an Innovation Scorecard application for use within agile working environments.
A Project Definition Workshop (PDW) was held for the first project of an Innovation Scorecard initiative rolled out in Red Hat, Brno, to share knowledge and experience gained as a result of the practical implementation of this project (pilot study). Innovation Scorecard team members, Red Hat associates, the Container Team and the Continuous Integration Team members participated in this workshop.