Champions and leads the deployment of Tax & Accounting Business Unit’s innovation program, including development of methods, processes, tools and metrics to be used across Tax & Accounting that foster idea generation, experimentation and ultimately organic growth. Serves as subject matter expert, providing consulting support and skills training to the business segments and project teams around the innovation value chain activities to create an enterprise-wide culture of innovation and deepen the business’s innovation competencies. Works alongside senior leadership to discover cutting edge business opportunities and bring them to market. Cultivates new partnerships both internally and externally that expands Tax & Accounting’s innovation channels and supports its strategy.
Manage overall innovation process:
The Director of Innovation will define, create, implement and manage an innovation process across the BU
Lead training and innovation consulting across Tax & Accounting:
The Director of Innovation will create and lead a community of Innovation Catalysts, individuals representing the breadth of TRTA businesses and functions
Define process to track innovation pipeline and monitor activities:
The Director of Innovation will define a robust process to define and measure innovation activities across the organization.
Support execution of major innovation projects:
The Director of Innovation will collaborate with BU and functional teams on major innovation projects to advance ideas/projects through to commercialization.
Collaboratively support pan-TRTA Innovation work streams and initiatives:
The Director of Innovation will liaise with other TR units on aligning and sharing innovation best practices and coordinate cross company innovation projects.
The Director of Innovation will have significant experience promoting and leading innovation within an organization and/or within a consulting firm.
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