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Because of altered internal and external basic conditions, such as the third mission, changed patterns of finance and the added wish for business cooperations, higher education institutions need to boost their innovative ability to meet the resulting new expectations. Thus they need to master an additional challenge without neglecting the traditional tasks of (basic) research and education. To achieve this, we present a new model for the analysis of innovative ability on the basis of causes, manifestation and effect. This will enable universities to better evaluate and, if intended, boost their innovative ability. This contribution aims to perform a first validation of the model utilising an explorative interview series.