Clnl® – Certified Chief Innovation Officer

CCInO® certification affirms an individual’s proficiency at executive-level innovation practices and methods. This includes enterprise innovation programs, the GInI Enterprise Innovation Architecture, innovation strategy formation, the GInI Strategic Innovation Compass, the GInI Strategic Innovation Roadmap, strategic innovation portfolios, management and workplace innovation, the GInI Experiential Human Innovation Framework, innovation group design, innovation space design, outcome-driven innovation, discovery-driven innovation, and innovation maturity.

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  • WHAT’S INCLUDED
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OVERVIEW:

The GInI Certified Chief Innovation Officer (CCInO)® is GInI’s recognition of senior business leaders who have demonstrated an advanced understanding of key topics relating to enterprise innovation, innovation groups, innovation strategy, innovation spaces, management & workplace innovation, and other leading innovation practices.

CCInO certification affirms the individual’s proficiency at executive-level innovation practices and methods, including such practices and methods as: strategic innovation portfolios, the GInI Strategic Innovation Roadmap, enterprise innovation programs, the GInI Enterprise Innovation Architecture, management innovation, workplace innovation, the GInI Experiential Human Innovation Framework, innovation group design, innovation space design, outcome-driven innovation, discovery-driven innovation, and innovation maturity.

For those executives wanting to transform businesses into innovation powerhouses, certification as a GInI Certified Chief Innovation Officer distinguishes you as having the knowledge and ability to drive a highly-capable program of sustained innovation output. It is a valuable professional asset that signifies your ability to use innovation strategically and holistically, and to reinvent businesses so as to give them a culture of innovation and turn them into well-run engines of innovation that ensure their resilience well into the future. It also signifies your ability to leverage structures, processes, and strategies to maximize innovations impact on the business’ short-term and long-term growth agendas.

The ClnS® Certification Process  
  1. Meet the exam Eligibility Requirements:
    1. Meet ONE of the following criteria:
      1. Hold a ClnP Certificate plus a minimum of 4 years of professional experience.
      2. Hold a ClnS Certificate plus a minimum of 3 years of professional experience.
  • A minimum of 5 years of professional experience with a Master’s degree or higher.
  1. A minimum of 7 years of professional experience with a Bachelor’s degree.
  2. A minimum of 10 years of professional experience with less than a Bachelor’s degree.
  3. A minimum of 2 years in a similar C-level role (e.g. CEO, CTO, CMO, CIO, BU, GM, EVP, etc.) in an organization similar to where one intends to apply the CClnO certification, regardless of degree.
  1. Ownership of the Glnl Applied Innovation Master Book®
  1. Pay the exam Enrollment fee.
  2. Await the application completeness review and approval by Glnl – this may take up to 48 hours.
  3. Receive the exam details from Glnl.
  4. Maintain your accreditation: You must earn 60 Innovation development Units (IDUs) every 3 years or retake the CClnO exam.
What’s Included:
  • The purpose of the CClnO exam is for you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the CClnO body of knowledge.
  • Glnl’s standard method for administering exams is through computer-based testing (CBT). Paper based testing (PBT) is available under certain limited circumstances, and by special request.
  • The CClnO exam has 130 multiple-choice questions.

These questions are placed in random order throughout the exam.

  • The passing score for the CClnO is 65%.
  • The allotted time to complete the computer-based exam is 130 minutes.

Some candidates may require less than the allotted 130 minutes to complete the exam

  • There are no scheduled breaks during the exam, although you may take breaks as needed.
  • You will be unable to pause the timer once you begin the exam. The exam timer will continue counting down even if your computer shuts down.  Therefore ensure that you can remain undisturbed while taking the exam.  If your network connection is lost, you can resume the exam where you left off once it is reconnected, but the timer will not pause during this time.
  • You will be able to navigate between the questions in order to go back to previously answered questions and review your answers.
  • For each question, there is only one correct response out of four responses given.
  • Once you submit your answers, you will immediately receive your Pass / Fail result.
  • Once you pass the exam, you can expect to receive your digital certificate within 7 business days.

CClnO® certification is for executive-level business leaders who desire or intend to take on the role of Chief Innovation Officer within a business (or an equivalent executive role), and thus wish to develop a deeper insight into the structure and operation of Enterprise Innovation Programs (programs designed to deliver sustained, enterprise-wide innovation).  This person will in most cases work at the executive level building, leading, and expanding the business’ own innovation program.

CClnO® certification is intended for seasoned business executives with substantial business experience.  If one has less than seven years’ experience working in Innovation or a related area, they should first seek ClnP® and/or ClnS® certification and at least four years’ experience working in Innovation or a related area prior to pursuing CClnO® certification.

The training associated with CClnO® certification is designed to impart a deeper understanding of the core elements of Enterprise Innovation.  This includes: understanding Strategic Innovation; Innovation Strategy (Pathways, Vehicles, and Portfolios); structural market changes and Responsive Growth Strategy; Enterprise Innovation Architecture (Foundations, Procedures, Financing, Enablers, Engagement, and Reinforcement); Management and Workplace Innovation; Core Innovation Groups; Innovation Spaces; focused Innovation work; and Innovation Maturity.

The outline of this workshop

  • Foundations of Strategic Innovation
  • The Role of Innovation Strategy – What we WANT to do, and WHY
  • The Strategic Innovation Pathways
  • The Strategic Innovation Vehicles
  • The Innovation Strategy Portfolio & Selection Matrix
  • Understanding the Front End / Mid Zone / Back End of Innovation
  • Understanding Enterprise Innovation
  • El Foundation
  • El Procedures
  • El Financing
  • El Enablers
  • El Engagement
  • El Reinforcement
  • Management & Workplace Innovation – A New Kind of Organization That Gets Innovation Done – XHIF
  • Building a Core Innovation Group
  • Designing Innovation Spaces
  • Driving Focused Innovation Work Products
  • Structural Market Changes & Responsive Growth Strategy
  • Innovation maturity & The ClnO’s Role

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