The S2I2 (Strategize, Standardize, Integrate & Implement) framework and tools are designed to help an organization to build an internal innovation process, method, tools and most importantly enterprise culture.

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The framework is proposing 4 main phases/stages for building and establishing an enterprise internal innovation management organization. In each phase the framework proposes a set of tools, concepts and methods to structure and guide the organization throughout the different maturity levels. The 4 different phases/stages are acting as a template and a format to group and structure the different concepts, methods, frameworks and processes related to the enterprise innovation management. The framework is meant to cover enterprises of different size, scale and nature. The framework can be adapted for small, medium or large enterprises. Also, it covers both industrial and service based organizations. Moreover, this framework can be customized to suit different needs and requirements. You can use the S2I2 framework as a guiding reference for the different tools and concepts discussed. It can also be used as a navigation reference for the different sections and articles we are proposing.


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Strategize Phase

The Strategize phase/stage is the first phase in which we identify the enterprise status quo, innovation readiness, capability and desired enterprise objectives/goals from the overall innovation activities and processes.

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Standardize Phase

The Standardize phase/stage is the second phase which starts after strategizing and complete understanding of the current status and desired state that we need to achieve.

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Implement Phase

In the Implement phase/stage, the framework focuses on the ideas funnel life cycle management. As ideas management and success rate is one of the main challenges for enterprise internal innovation management,

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Integrate Phase

The Integrate phase/stage is a strategically important phase. In this phase we have the challenge of internal and external integration of all our process, culture and most importantly our activities and initiatives output.

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