By Rabbi Adam Grossman The article, "The Move to the Apple Remote, Part 1," centers upon the importance of Jewish organizations learning from the simplicity of an Apple remote. This column outlines University of Florida (UF) Hillel’s move in this new direction. It includes the … [Read more...] about The Move to the Apple Remote, Part 2: Why Do We Exist?
Archives for June 2015
By Suellen Kadis I’ve just returned from a long and often grueling day on the second annual Ride for the Living, cycling from the darkness and death of Auschwitz to hope, light and Jewish renewal at JCC Krakow. On Friday, June 4th, I stood at the gates of Birkenau on the r … [Read more...] about In Poland, an Inspirational Ride for the Living
I have, perhaps very late in the day, come to accept that interpersonal relationships are indispensable for these important collaborations, joint efforts, and initiatives to succeed, and require as much expertise and attention as the work itself. By Richard Marker In a … [Read more...] about Relationships Do Matter
Chief executive officers (CEO) of nonprofit organizations are sometimes their own worst enemies. When they are reluctant to make difficult decisions and instead defer to others in the organization, whether staff members or members of the board of directors, they can find … [Read more...] about CEOs Can Create Their Own Problems
Meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and seven cabinet ministers in Jerusalem yesterday (Tuesday, June 23), Jewish Agency for Israel Chairman of the Executive Natan Sharansky announced that The Jewish Agency will increase the number of Israel Fellows dispatched to … [Read more...] about Jewish Agency, Government, Announce Major Expansion of Efforts to Combat Delegitimization on Campus