Tool Reflection and Evaluation

Responsible Innovation Diagnosis in ICT

Uploaded by RRI Tools on 01 November 2015
Owned by Gadbois Serge . Last modified on 17 October 2016

Responsible Innovation Diagnosis in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is a self-diagnosis tool that allows users to determine where their ICT/digital project stands in relation to sustainable development issues.

The objectives of this auto diagnosis are:

  • raising awareness and arousing curiosity about sustainable development and responsibility in ICT/digital projects
  • enabling project managers to self-identify the challenges of sustainable development and responsibility associated with their projects
  • enabling project managers to determine how well their ICT/digital projects address sustainable development issues.
National, International, Local, Regional, Global
English, French
Development, Implementation, Monitorization & Evaluation
This self-diagnosis tool is anonymous, individual and freely accessible online. Users answer 40 questions directly related to responsible innovation criteria, which results in a profile of their project. If interested, users can be emailed a link to compare their profile with others. An average trend, based on the total number of projects, will be displayed, so comparisons will evolve in quantity and quality.
Beginner, Practitioner
Users wanting to integrate sustainable development into their project, product or digital service often have difficulty identifying the criteria to integrate and the questions to ask. This tool could perfectly fit such needs. The self-diagnosis tool is fast and easy to use, and it provides options on how to make an ICT/digital project more RRI.

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