by Mordecai Holtz In an era in with information flying in supersonic speed, it takes quite a bit of creativity to attract a reader. The following tweet came through my feed recently, from someone attending a Jewish educational conference. In an “I” generation - Itouch, Ipad - th … [Read more...] about There is No “I” in Web 2.0
Archives for November 2010
by Abigail Harmon There are many reasons to ensure your mission and vision are still relevant and supported within your organization. Here are a few: You are about to start a strategic planning process; You have had a major change in staff or board leadership; You … [Read more...] about You Have a New Mission and Vision: Now What?
Transforming Jerusalem: the Art of Urban Preservation by Liz Nord A new wave of artists and activists are working to revitalize Jerusalem: the city that evokes majestic images of sun setting on white stones, ignites passion among people of various faiths, and has been a … [Read more...] about Transforming Jerusalem
by Tamar Runyan History is in the making in Minsk. Following the opening of a spacious new building, an unprecedented number of Jewish residents attended synagogue services during the High Holidays. One week before Chanukah, they keep coming back. “More than 1,800 Jews, m … [Read more...] about New Synagogue Paves Way for Jewish Future in Minsk
Today, in Weimar, Germany, The Jewish Agency for Israel will open a multi-day student conference for nearly 400 Taglit and Masa Israel alumni. Titled, Jewish Agency for Israel Student Conference: From Herzl until Today, the conference will bring together German-speaking young … [Read more...] about Jewish Agency Student Conference Opens Today in Germany