What is Innoweave?
Innoweave helps passionate leaders of successful community organizations learn about, select, and implement new tools and approaches to generate greater impact and advance their missions.
Each approach has its own module, which is described below.
Explore Innoweave's five step process
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The Innoweave Modules
Innoweave, in partnership with the Laidlaw Foundation and with support from the Government of Ontario, has launched Youth CI, a program to support enhanced outcomes for youth in Ontario through collective impact. Check out youthci.ca to learn more and visit our events page to find a workshop in your area!
Innoweave helps organizations move from idea to action, through a 5-step process that supports nine practical tools for social innovation. Looking to enhance your impact in the new year? Attend a full-day workshop with your leadership team, and commit to building a strategy to make your idea a reality!
December 17, 2014
Social Enterprise: Adding to your “tool box”.
By David LePage, Principal, Accelerating Social Impact. The other day a handy man came to our office to fix a plumbing problem. We showed him the leaky faucet, that last week was just a tiny occasional drip. He started by opening his toolbox and pulling out a huge hammer! Of course we asked: “is that […]
December 5, 2014
Innoweave and partners launch Youth CI
Innoweave is thrilled to announce the launch of Youth CI, a new program in partnership with the Laidlaw Foundation, with support from the Government of Ontario. Youth CI supports Collective Impact approaches designed to improve outcomes for youth in communities across Ontario. Youth CI formally launched in Toronto on Tuesday, December 2nd and we can’t […]
November 25, 2014
Using Developmental Evaluation (DE) to support Social Innovation
by Ken Hoffman, Partner One World Inc and Innoweave DE Coach. It is an exciting – and somewhat unsettling – time for governments and social agencies. Increasingly, they are realizing that conventional program approaches are reaching their limits in dealing with broad, complex issues like homelessness or childhood obesity. They are seeking out new and […]