Innovation Structure can be defined as the team structures that are best for innovation. Structures can be temporary project teams or permanent teams such as an incubator. Innovation Governance can be defined as the planning, expectations, budgets, staffing, and metrics that are applied to each innovation activity. In the spring and summer of 2019, IRI sponsored research with its members: Jeffrey Phillips (RTI), Tim Dennison (Sealed Air), Michael Blades (National Gypsum) and Mike Blackburn (Cargill). This team of IRI members examined the questions around innovation structure and governance, developed a questionnaire, and gathered data from interviews of IRI members about corporate innovation structure and governance. The research examined existing innovation structures and governance and how effective these are today for most corporations. In this brown bag lunch webinar, Jeffrey Phillips presented the findings found from this IRI sponsored study.