Microsoft has announced updates to its software donation program that make it easier for nonprofit organizations to get access to affordable technology. The program, which has already provided more than $3.9 billion worth of software to nonprofits around the world, is being … [Read more...] about Microsoft Updates Software Donation Program
Archives for July 2011
by Gary Wexler The evening began as the sunset performed like fine public art, sliding slowly behind a deepening blue and glowing orange Mediterranean Sea. Next door, the minaret of a long-abandoned mosque cast its shadow upon the ancient port below. Distant lights came alive … [Read more...] about Am I Still Relevant at 60?
by Aliza Mazor Bikkurim: An Incubator for New Jewish Ideas has been the proud home of 26 innovative start-ups over the past decade. We have served as a laboratory for new ideas, giving them physical space, start-up capital, skills training, coaching, consulting, a peer … [Read more...] about Helping Innovations Survive, Thrive, and Go to Scale
“You Got To Know When To Hold 'em, Know When To Fold 'em”:* When Do Non-Profits Stay Open and When Do They Close? One of the most difficult decisions to make for a chief executive officer (CEO), for a president of a board of directors, or for the board of directors itself, is … [Read more...] about When Do Nonprofits Stay Open and When Do They Close?
by Yehuda Kurtzer, PhD In his recent article on eJp, Scott Brown laments the absence of great talent and a steady supply of young professionals into Jewish life, and blames the organizations and institutions for failing to create the systems to invite in, grow and ultimately … [Read more...] about The Kids are All Right