Civic Hall Toronto events showcase examples of civic innovation, and provide opportunities for members to network, learn and work together. Some events are exclusive to members, while others are open to the public.
Workshop: Creating a Value Proposition Canvas
March 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
A value proposition canvas helps groups design products and services that are grounded in user needs. Led by agile trainer and facilitator, Matt Thompson, this hands-on workshop will help groups gain a stronger understanding of who their users, constituents or customers are, and how they can best serve them. By the end of this workshop, you will:
– Understand the value proposition canvas framework and how it applies for your work
– Have a draft canvas and tips for further refinement
This workshop is ideal for civic tech project leaders and teams and early-stage civic tech startups looking for hands-on learning. While registration is open, we will give preference to participants who 1) register as a team (two or more people preferred), are 2) currently working on a project or product that 3) addresses a local challenge.
Workshop cost: $25 per participant, but we have a limited number of free spots if cost is a barrier.
To register, please fill out this form by March 21.
Feel free to email us with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Thompson (@OpenMatt) is a 2017 Mozilla Fellow, agile trainer, and author of the forthcoming book Working Open: radical collaboration for beginners. After serving seven years as a Senior Director at the Mozilla Foundation, he’s currently interviewing and writing about the world’s most inspiring open source people and projects, exploring how open and agile principles can strengthen human collaboration and save the world. Matt is a Webby Award-winning open internet activist, opensource.com contributor, former CBC journalist and DJ dad. You can read his book in progress at workopen.org.