As a membership community, our tools are designed and updated in consultation with members to ensure they address shared challenges. A benefit of diverse membership are tools which can be used across sectors and industries, across varying levels of innovation maturity; for corporates and individuals.

We offer free pdf versions of many of tools to help lead innovation in Australia. Cards and books are also available for purchase online.

Tools for Leaders

Hargraves Innovation Audit

Not a traditional audit, the Hargraves Innovation Audit has been designed to start a conversation with your leaders of innovation, to help identify your innovation goals and objectives and how Hargraves an help.

Changing the innovation climate

A guide to changing the innovation climate in your organisation.
A whitepaper by Hargraves partner, Tess Julian.

A Quest for Innovation

If you lead a team – no matter how large or small – this step by step guide will help you determine your team’s innovation strategy – where you’re at, where you’re going and how to get there.

Governing innovation for performance

Written by Allan Ryan for the Australian Institute of Company Directors

The Collaboration Canvas

Governing innovation for performance. This 1 page tool helps with the rapid development of advanced collaborative strategies.
Tools for Doers

radicalCX DIY Workshop Guide

Use liberating structures, collaboration circles and journey mapping, to understand your customers’ jobs-to-be-done and improve customer experience.

123 Innovate® Collaboration Cards

The 123 Innovate® Collaboration Cards have been developed for all situations; for individuals and teams everywhere. Find out all about them here.

Make It Happen template

Helping innovation happen using our template to complement the 123 Innovate® Collaboration Cards.

123 Innovate® Individual Deck

Helping you ask the right questions

123 Innovate® Team Deck

Helping you and your team ask the right questions

123 Innovate® Placecards

Explaining the background to 123 Innovate® and ‘See Think Do’