• Innovation magnitude (financial contribution divided by successful ideas)
  • Innovation success rate (successful ideas divided by total ideas)
  • Investment efficiency (ideas explored divided by total investment in ideas)
  • Engagement (e.g., number of proposals submitted, percent of UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy students, faculty, and staff engaged in Institute efforts, number of external collaborators)
  • Funding (e.g., percent of proposals funded, amount of funding awarded)
  • Return on investment (e.g., revenue generated, impact realized)