2European Standards Organizations CEN(European Committee for Standardization)CENELEC(European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization)ETSI(European Telecommunications Standards Institute)
3About CEN National Standardization Bodies 31 countries: 2005 CEN – all rights reserved14/04/2017About CENNational Standardization Bodies 31 countries:27 EU countries, 3 EFTA, CroatiaAssociates (consumer, environmental, SMEs interests)+/- 60,000 experts+/- 400 European/international associationsJoint CEN-CENELEC Management Center since January 2010
4The role of CEN We provide the platform for stakeholders in a specific area tocome together and reach aconsensus at European levelWe help to ensure that the system respects the principles of transparency, openness,coherence, consensus,...
5European Standards are... Voluntary (legislation ≠ standards)Used in support of legislation/policiesEstablished by all interested partiesReflect consensusCommon European reference documents:Implemented as national standardsConflicting national standards are withdrawn
6Other types of documents Technical Specification (TS)When:No immediate need/enough consensus for ENSubject still under technical developmentMay act as a pre-standardNo obligation to withdraw conflicting national standardsTechnical Report (TR)Informative material (ex: data from a survey, state of the art on a particular subject, experiences in a specific field…)
7History of CEN/TC 389 Innovation Management Created by CEN in November 2008In 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 fieldSecretariat 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.Note: BT/WG 201 was created on the initiative of Spain which already had an innovation management national standards. Other countries like Portugal, UK, etc also had national standards, reports, etc in this area
8Working Groups WG 1: Collaboration and Creativity Management WG 2: Innovation Management SystemWG 3: Innovation Management AssessmentWG 4: Design ThinkingWG 5: Intellectual Property ManagementWG 6: Strategic Intelligence Management
9General agreements 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 StandardsIM 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.Note: Draft ISO Guide 83 High level structure and identical text for management system standards and common core management system terms and definitions
11Steps in the development of a TS Technical CommitteeCEN national members in Technical CommitteeTIMEFRAME: 21,5 MONTHSTC approval by weighted voteTechnical SpecificationDraftTS
12Working plan1st Step:Drafting of the Innovation Management System document (WG 2).2nd Step:Contents other than those included in the Innovation Management System, developed in further documents (other WGs).
14How to participate? Are you... ... An expert from one of the 31 countries member of CEN?You can participate with full rights including voting rightsContact your National Standardization Body... A European or international federation?You can participate as an observerApply for liaison status with CEN/TC 389
15Thank you for your attention! CCMC responsible for TC 389 – Ms. Maitane Olabarria