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Grounded Change is an approach and social innovation methodology used by the company InWithForward. It means flipping the order in which most social policies & services are made. Rather than start at the top, in boardrooms, they start at the bottom, with user needs. They have named 7 kinds of interactions that they believe are the most important to weave into policy, procurement, service delivery, and community activities. This resource contains the context, reasons, and mechanisms of Grounded Change.

Publisher

InWithForward

Discipline or practice

Design

Social Innovation

About this resource

Country/Territory

Canada

Date Published

License

Unknown

Formats

Web-based resource

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