from Brandeis Now: Brandeis, plaintiffs settle Rose Art Museum lawsuit Brandeis University and four Rose Art Museum supporters who filed suit two years ago against the university over its handling of the museum during the financial crisis have settled the case and say they … [Read more...] about Rose Art Museum Lawsuit Settled
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by Florence Broder One of the most anticipated sessions of the President’s Conference was a two-hour plenum titled 'New Media Making Tomorrow'. The panel was impressive, spanning the range of top CEOs of global companies innovating new technologies in telecommunications, c … [Read more...] about President’s Conference Looks at New Media of Tomorrow
by Larry Yudelson These are partisan times in the American Jewish community and the Israel-American relationship. When President Barack Obama delivered his policy address on the Middle East last month with its implied rebuke of the policies of Israeli Prime Minister … [Read more...] about In Praise of Non-Partisanship
One of the first questions I receive from CEO’s is “How do I get my board to work for the good of the organization?” It is then followed by, “My board members are so busy that they rarely have the time I need for them to work for the agency.” These are just two of the many questio … [Read more...] about Achieving Buy-In: The Key To A Committed Board
from The Jerusalem Post: Jewish Agency denies connection to NY New Israel Fund event The Jewish Agency on Thursday denied reports earlier this week that it had been among the sponsors, along with the New Israel Fund, of an event at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan … [Read more...] about Jewish Agency Not Involved in NIF Event