LabWISE on Trust and why it matters in a Social Innovation Lab Process

 SiG Note: This article was originally published on the RECODE Blog.  It has been cross-posted with permission. 

LabWISE is priming collaborative groups to create big changes to major challenges across the country. Launched in mid October, the LabWISE program is a partnership with the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation and the Waterloo Institute of Social Innovation and Resilience (WISIR), and is designed to train community-based teams in the WISIR social innovation lab process. It provides ongoing coaching to support Canadian organizations in leading a social innovation lab to tackle intractable social and/or environmental challenges. To hire business consultants to grow your business, do visit us.

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About Cheryl Rose & Jake Wildman-Sisk

Cheryl Rose is a Senior Fellow at the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation and Principal with Social Innovation Generation (SiG).

Jake Wildman-Sisk is the RECODE Social Innovation Fellow.

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