Innotools is a pilot project developed by Nordic Innovation in cooperation with SRI International and Kellogg School of Management, where the aim is to test the method Five Disciplines of Innovation, developed by Curtis R. Carlson.
This is the first time that this method has been systematically tested in the Nordic countries, as well as outside the United States. With this project Nordic Innovation hopes to identify how companies can add value from innovations that are available today, as well as how these models fit with other Nordic innovation policy initiatives.
Nordic Innovation want to explore how new innovation tools can be developed as relevant measures in relation to the Nordic industries' needs.
For more information about Innotools, please contact Senior Innovation Adviser, Jørn Bang Andersen.