The unique business model of ARTEMIS Innovation is three-fold, including innovation program assessments and strategic planninng: R&D program and project planning and implementation support; and advanced concepts studies. Across these three interrelated areas, the topics of particular experience and interest, reflecting the capabilities that ARTEMIS Innovation offers involve the following.
R&D PROGRAM REVIEWS, including evaluation and assessment of processes, organizations, practices, etc., for past, current or planned R&D or other innovation programs.
STRATEGIC INNOVATION PLANNING, including technology forecasts and road mapping; framing integrated technology strategies appropriate for the organization; and, the definition and prioritization of innovation portfolios.
TECHNOLOGY READINESS ASSESSMENTS, using the standard Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs), as well as related R&D program metrics such as R&D3 (Research & Development Degree of Difficulty), ITI (the Integrated Technology Index); and, supporting R&D Portfolio risk matrix formulation and analyses.
INNOVATION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION support, including program planning, advocacy and management; organization assessments and planning; technology metrics definition and management; and EVM (earned value management) for technology programs.
TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION AND TRANSFER support, including technology adoption process assessments and planning, technology acquisition planning and implementation; and, technology transfer planning and management.
ADVANCED CONCEPTS & STUDIES, including systems analysis and modeling; the use of ATLAS (the Advanced Technology Life Cycle Analysis System); as well as, organizing and assisting in workshops, brainstorming efforts or other advanced concepts activities.
These areas represent a summary of ARTEMIS Innovation offerings; detailed conversations can be held regarding any of these, or other related topics.
Taken collectively, these capabilites reflect an integrated, end-to-end approach to innovation R&D portfolio management: the Technology Management Body of Knowledge (TMBoK). For more information on TMBoK please refer to the linked overview of the concept and relevant processes.