2005 CEN – all rights reserved CEN (European Committee for Standardization) CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization) ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) European Standards Organizations
2005 CEN – all rights reserved About CEN National Standardization Bodies 31 countries: 27 EU countries, 3 EFTA, Croatia Associates (consumer, environmental, SMEs interests) +/- 60,000 experts +/- 400 European/international associations Joint CEN-CENELEC Management Center since January 2010
2005 CEN – all rights reserved The role of CEN We provide the platform for stakeholders in a specific area to come together and reach a consensus at European level We help to ensure that the system respects the principles of transparency, openness, coherence, consensus,...
2005 CEN – all rights reserved European Standards are... Voluntary (legislation ≠ standards) Used in support of legislation/policies Established by all interested parties Reflect consensus Common European reference documents: Implemented as national standards Conflicting national standards are withdrawn
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Other types of documents Technical Specification (TS) When: No immediate need/enough consensus for EN Subject still under technical development May act as a pre-standard No obligation to withdraw conflicting national standards Technical Report (TR) Informative material (ex: data from a survey, state of the art on a particular subject, experiences in a specific field…)
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Created by CEN in November 2008 In line with the CEN internal objective “to encourage more standards to support a culture of innovation in Europe” Previously BT/WG 201 “Research, development and Innovation” had examined feasibility to develop European standards in this field Secretariat and Chairmanship: AENOR (Spain). Regular participants: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK. 5 plenary meetings held until this moment. History of CEN/TC 389 Innovation Management
2005 CEN – all rights reserved WG 1: Collaboration and Creativity Management WG 2: Innovation Management System WG 3: Innovation Management Assessment WG 4: Design Thinking WG 5: Intellectual Property Management WG 6: Strategic Intelligence Management Working Groups
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Documents not intended to be certifiable. Oriented to all kind of organizations, with special attention to SMEs. Type of deliverable: family of CEN/TS. Innovation Management (IM)System structure according to Draft ISO Guide 83 on the drafting of management system Standards IM System: Complete and self-standing document. Further in-depth information on concrete aspects given in additional “focus on” documents for advanced users. Common Terminology issued in a separated document. General agreements
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Structure of documents
2005 CEN – all rights reserved TC approval by weighted vote TIMEFRAME: 21,5 MONTHS Draft TS Technical Specification Technical Committee CEN national members in Technical Committee Steps in the development of a TS
2005 CEN – all rights reserved 1 st Step: Drafting of the Innovation Management System document (WG 2). 2 nd Step: Contents other than those included in the Innovation Management System, developed in further documents (other WGs). Working plan
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Time Schedule
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Are you An expert from one of the 31 countries member of CEN? You can participate with full rights including voting rights Contact your National Standardization Body A European or international federation? You can participate as an observer Apply for liaison status with CEN/TC 389 How to participate?
2005 CEN – all rights reserved Thank you for your attention! CCMC responsible for TC 389 – Ms. Maitane Olabarria