Roderkerken Innovation model
Although still in it's design phase and without proper testing and a result analysis, I decided to post the model in order to get relevant comments and feedback.

Different types of innovative ideas require different core competencies and resources in order to be successful. It is therefore of importance to know what kind of innovation the organization is dealing with. Here, the Roderkerken Innovation model comes in handy since it indicated the level of innovation of an idea. This is determined by the problem level (PL) of the idea and the cost & risks involved. 
As can be seen in the theoretical report serving as the backbone of this website, which can be found here, the general consensus is that there are two types of innovations, namely radical and incremental. A short description of these types can be found in the ‘Innovation’ page of this website. Furthermore, I’ve determined two kinds of innovations; imminent and serendipitous innovations. Imminent innovations define the existing problems of a company, for which the organization or an individual is trying to create innovative ideas. The ideas are a direct result from the problem at hand (e.g: canned food, airport self check-in). The serendipitous innovations are the opposite: the innovation is made after which the use of it is determined (e.g: SMS, penicillin, Post-its).

How to determine the levels

Just as innovations, the model is not an exact science but an intuitive process. You start by determining the costs and risks involved on a scale from 1 to 100, whereas 1 is a incremental innovation and 100 is a radical innovation. After you have determined this you assess the PL of the idea on the Likert Scale from 1 to 5.

Sinnovation is a term originally phrased by M.G. Maddock and R.L Vitón as the title of their article at They use the term as an introduction to their list of 7 deadly sins of the innovator. I will use the phrase Sinnovation to address the complete lack of innovation within a company.
Ideas that score a 50 on the costs & risk factor, as well as a 3 on the PL are considered Sinnovations. These ideas have a problem level which a company will not pay much attention to, as well as costs & risks that are not worth the corresponding level of problem.