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.
Please note: Registration for this workshop is now closed. Civic tech practitioners sometimes struggle to articulate how their product or project connects to social impact. A theory of change is a model that helps organizations and communities understand their path to impact and so focus their activities. When crafted well, it serves as a strategic blueprint for achieving the change that we want, answering key questions like: who are your people? What is the problem you’re addressing? And what is…Find out more »
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…Find out more »
Agile is an effective project management framework for teams looking to prioritize work, execute on tasks, and improve incrementally as they iterate. The trouble is, while agile project management methods like Scrum really work, they are often intimidating to implement, require a great deal of training, and can be hard to apply in hybrid or non-technical teams. Agile for Civic Tech is a hands-on workshop covering agile basics that work in the real world for busy humans from both technical…Find out more »