Demographic changes are quickly transforming the U.S. labor force. Millennials (born between 1980 and 2000) have become the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, and they will grow by 30% over the next 5 years. Surprisingly, 50% of Millennials are already in leadership … [Read more...] about Companies Failing to Develop Millennial Leaders
Archives for February 2015
The Jewish Agency, in violation of their own governance policies, is funding anti-Zionist and anti-government MASA programs. Sitting at the top of The Jewish Agency's governance structure, even above the Board of Governors, is the Assembly. Comprised of up to 518 members … [Read more...] about Who is Rabbi Shteinman and Why Should The Jewish Agency’s Donors Be Concerned?
By Simone Friedman In my role managing Emanuel J Friedman Philanthropies (EJFP), I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to be in regular contact with hundreds of people involved in Jewish philanthropic life across the United States. The individuals with whom I spea … [Read more...] about Three Trends in Jewish Philanthropy
By Marcie Orley When we ask our local Federations what is most important to them - what the single highest priority is for their communities - the response is nearly unanimous. Across North America, local leaders know that nothing is more important than the success of Jewish … [Read more...] about A National Catalyst for Jewish Education
By Joseph Reimer Many of us have become increasingly aware that Jewish summer camps make magic. Camps provide powerful Jewish bonding experiences that lead many youth to feel more passionate about their Judaism. Yet we are not exactly sure how this happens. There have been … [Read more...] about Jewish Camps: How is the Magic Made?