Note: An Interweaver is aware of the manifold and varied connections that relate peoples identity, beings, doings, belonging, becoming, and fortunes to one another.
Description: The practicing of Interweave Thinking.
Note: A practice that aims to realise worthwhile benefits over the whole life cycle of an organisation, community, product, or any other unit-of-interest.
Description: a situated human centric, work oriented, and instrumental mindset and lens on what is most important in an interweaved world.
Description: what is most important (salient) to people in work they do with others and how people and things fit, act, and evolve together across socially and technically constructed and natural boundaries.
Description: a proven way or strategy of Interweaving to achieve a goal that has a positive impact on work product or process quality.