Bob Goldfarb, in his recent piece Innovation, Management, and Leadership, raises an interesting question about the relationship between “innovation” and “leadership.” He writes: “From a structural perspective… [innovators] have simply added independent, entrepreneurial elements to … [Read more...] about Are Today’s Innovators “Leaders?”
Archives for December 2009
Nearly two-thirds of Americans plan to give online to charities in November and December, and their donations could exceed $4-billion, $1-billion more than they donated during the holiday season last year A new study conducted by Forrester’s Technographics® on behalf of Co … [Read more...] about Nonprofit Websites Play Influential Role in All Holiday Giving
an editorial from The Jewish Daily Forward: The Madoff Accounting A year ago, Bernard Madoff’s name was known mainly on Wall Street, in the toniest neighborhoods of Manhattan and Palm Beach, and by the few ordinary folks who thought they were unusually lucky to have tapped i … [Read more...] about Madoff: One Year Later
by Miriam Bader The launch of PresenTense Magazine Issue 9: Philanthropy initiated a stimulating conversation about young Jews and philanthropy at a panel Tuesday night titled “Entitled or Enlightened?”. Cosponsored by PresenTense, The Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel, and … [Read more...] about Entitled or Enlightened?
Going to its Grassroots, NewCAJE Launches as an Innovative, Pluralistic Network of Jewish Educators An intergenerational group of Jewish educators has issued a call to the grassroots membership of the Jewish educational community to re-establish the pluralistic network that … [Read more...] about The Birth of NewCAJE