from Jewcy, by president and editor Thal Raz: After Madoff: Redefining What 'Success' Means From Madoff to Enron to Long-Term Capital, the American people have been subjected to some pretty sophisticated scams over the years; but no hoax is more shameful, or potentially … [Read more...] about Redefining Success
Something is definitely not right at Hadassah, and it goes way beyond a continuing series of PR disasters the past year. According to the lead story in today's New York Jewish Week, less than twenty-four hours after implementing the largest staff reduction in the organization's … [Read more...] about How Sick is Hadassah?
an opinion piece from Dan Brown, founder of eJewish Philanthropy: They say the ability to generate confidence is a leadership trait - and I agree. As such, and from where I sit, two of the largest Jewish organizations in the world have a serious leadership problem. The two: … [Read more...] about The Ability to Generate Confidence
a guest post by Rabbi Stewart Weiss: As the story goes, several years ago a down-and-out man approached Albert Reichman - he of the billionaire philanthropist brothers - and asked him for a loan of $1,000. "All right," said Reichman, "I am prepared to loan you the money. But … [Read more...] about The Bear-Market Blessing
Shabbat Shalom … [Read more...] about “A Penny for Your Thoughts”