by Rebecca Saidlower and Daniel Kraus Upon our arrival at the intensive, five-day Annual ROI Summit in Jerusalem, it was hard to make sense of the eclectic group of 150 young Jewish innovators and community leaders from around the world sitting in the room with us. What might … [Read more...] about Owning Our Outcast Identity
Archives for July 2013
by Elizabeth Weingarten Racing down King George Street in Jerusalem, I reached a sweaty hand into my messenger bag to grab money for the bus. I was rushing to an important meeting with an organization I hoped would be a partner in my social jewelry business, Tribelle. My … [Read more...] about A Pivotal Moment
As part of the Institute for Jewish Policy Research's (JPR) work on the 2011 UK Census data, their third report, focusing on age and sex by religion, is now available. According to JPR, this data can be used to track changes amongst the elderly population, which is critical for … [Read more...] about In the UK: A Tale of Two Jewish Populations
Processes are easy, people are tough ... people naturally resist change. Sacred Cows Make the Best Burgers by Lou Feldstein Across multiple industries and sectors, experience and research indicates that when new processes and strategies are deployed, over 70% of them fail to … [Read more...] about Are You One of The Successful 30%?
by Erika Dreifus My 44-year-old eyes fastened on the title of Elicia Brown's column for The Jewish Week: “This Is Forty(something),” the headline announced. And there was much that resonated within the text, from the mention of a recent Forbes magazine reference to our peer gro … [Read more...] about Beyond Birthright: How Fortysomethings Can Cultivate Jewish Connections