Innovation Accounting Training

Learn to predict innovation ROI and impact with our six-week Innovation Accounting program. You'll learn how to:

  1. Map project impact
  2. Create a hypothesis-driven model
  3. Quantify uncertainty
  4. Make data-driven decisions

Work directly on your real project for any business model - B2C, B2B, multi-sided, or internal innovation projects. Taught by real entrepreneurs with real experience, you鈥檒l get practical results you can use right away on real innovation projects.


路聽12 hours of live sessions over 6 weeks

路聽10 hours of online material and exercises

路聽4聽: 1 attendee-to-coach ratio

路聽Peer-to-peer feedback + alumni group

路聽1-year access + free upgrades

路聽Certificate of completion

Get reimbursed

What Kromatic Alumni Are Saying

Ed Essey, Director of Intrapreneurship - Microsoft Garage, Microsoft

"It's an incredible program! Thanks for the great experience. I'm excited for the new strategic potential that this kind of insight is unlocking for my business."

Ben Williams, Director of Business Development and Member Services, WPHCA

"I loved the online training, the resources, and especially the sessions with Tristan and team to talk through challenging points and hear from peers in similar situations. My high expectations were more than met."

Matt Jones, Director of Change & Insight, Curo

"I was hugely impressed with the quality of the Kromatic team and how well the sessions worked, especially given the range of background, ability, and time zones."

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Our Clients Include

Practical Training for Innovation Leaders

By innovators, for innovators.

Our interactive program pairs you with a master coach to help you identify the practical metrics needed to make data-driven decisions.

You will:

  • Measure product/market fit.
  • Calculate your project鈥檚 odds of success.
  • Prove a project is ready to scale.
  • Identify and plan for key risks.
  • Make data-driven 鈥減ivot-or-persevere鈥 decisions.


You鈥檒l take home a complete, hypothesis-driven financial or mission-impact model you can use to make decisions on your innovation projects.

Make Real Progress

Each week you will commit to 3 hours of self-study sessions and 2 hours of interactive work with your coaches and peer group to turn theory into practice, making real progress on your innovation project.

Taught by Innovators

Our innovation coaches are experienced entrepreneurs and corporate innovators that have worked with dozens of accelerators and coached across 30+ industries. In addition to weekly sessions, we are always available online to answer any questions about your project.


Innovation Accounting Training

Week by Week Curriculum

Week 1


Get to know your instructors and your peers! We鈥檒l do some short icebreakers and then go through a live exercise to understand the challenges of estimating unknown outcomes far in the future. We鈥檒l also introduce some tactics on how to improve estimates.

Week 2

Storyboarding & Metrics

We鈥檒l create a storyboard or customer journey map of your user鈥檚 experience, then use it to define the key metrics that will drive the adoption and impact of your business. This is a critical step before defining a financial or mission-impact model.

Week 3

Financial & Mission-Impact Modeling

Based on your storyboard, we鈥檒l construct a hypothesis-driven financial model of your user鈥檚 experience. This will show you whether your basic assumptions will actually lead to growth and achieve your financial or mission-impact goals.

Week 4

Practical Statistics

Don鈥檛 worry! We need to apply some statistical thinking to our financial model, but we don鈥檛 need to become experts at math. We鈥檒l cover statistics in a very practical way so you know how to break out the calculator (and when you don鈥檛 have to).

Week 5

Measuring Product/Market Fit

We鈥檒l combine the statistics we learned last week with our financial or mission-impact model to create a Monte Carlo simulation. This replicates what will actually happen when you go live with your project, and allows you to predict the probability of various outcomes.

Week 6

Making Go/No-Go Decisions

Our last session gets to the heart of the program by understanding how we should be making our innovation decisions. We’ll use our Monte Carlo simulation to calculate your project’s odds of success so you can make a real pivot-or-persevere decision, as well as identify your riskiest assumptions and define precise next steps.


Your Coaches

Tristan Kromer

Tristan Kromer

Tristan Kromer works with innovation teams and leaders to create amazing products and build startup ecosystems. He has worked with companies from early stage startups with zero revenue to enterprise companies with >$1B USD revenue (Unilever, Swisscom, Salesforce, Fujitsu, LinkedIn).

Tristan Kromer

Peter LePiane

Peter has acquired a unique blend of experiences over the last 3 decades. He has advised large enterprises through agile and innovation transformation, volunteered in a fledgling venture capital firm, mentored startups in various incubators, professionally coached leaders and their teams, and operated as a change management consultant.

Kromatic has 56 partners in 16 countries with 1 mission: to help you re-design organizations, processes, and environments to make innovation a sustainable competitive advantage.

Frequently Asked Questions


The materials have completely changed my approach to sizing problems and opportunities and presenting the internal value of ideas.

Paul Taylor, Innovation Coach, Bromford

This was definitely the best online training that I’ve participated in. Others were designed for a big audience, but this was more personal – you really had the individual approach and the possibility to reach out to a coach.

Simon Laubscher, Senior Innovation Partner, Maersk Drilling

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