Triple helix is the theory, policy and practice of achieving innovation in the transition to a knowledge-based society. Societies with a strong Civil Society have greater potential for linkage among triple helix spheres and thus a higher propensity for organizational innovation. Triple helix holds that the theoretical framework of innovation originated in industry, is strengthened by inclusion of government's role and takes it a step further, and links innovation and entrepreneurship to university as a fundamental source of novelty. Civil Society is the foundation stone of triple helix. Thus the link between Civil Society and triple helix places innovation in the context of the social organization of the public sphere. Developed to address a 1920s crisis of economic decline, triple helix is an extrapolation from anomaly to paradigm of an instance of Innovation in Innovation, a project that creates a new innovation format.