By Steven B. Nasatir, Ph.D. George Caplan and Steve Windmueller’s Aug. 25 piece on Jewish federations and their legacy tradition hit the mark by praising the “Greatest Generation” of Jewish leaders, but it failed to do justice to the new generation of leaders making their mark … [Read more...] about Let’s not Demean Today’s Great Generation of Jewish Leaders
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Today, often leadership succession occurs by default as individuals are inserted into positions of responsibility, possessing a minimal understanding of the nuance and complexity of what it may mean to serve as the voice and compass of a communal institution. By George T. … [Read more...] about Federations and their Legacy Tradition: How the “Greatest Generation” Impacted American Jewish Life
In today's world, no nonprofit organization would think twice about collecting, and hopefully analyzing, information about their donors. So too, with website traffic. For how else can one effectively judge site visitors' demographics and interests? Based on site and RSS feed … [Read more...] about The Week That Was: May 27 – June 2
from The LA Jewish Journal USC to save Hebrew Union College? A source told Jewish Journal editor-in-chief Rob Eshman that the University of Southern California and Hebrew Union College-Jewish institute of Religion, which already share some faculty and facilities, are … [Read more...] about Is There a Future For HUC-Los Angeles?
by Prof. Steven F. Windmueller Over the past year, and more directly over the course of these past months, we have been witness to the unraveling of the global economy and more directly the American enterprise. This economic “tsunami” will lead to a fundamental reordering of … [Read more...] about New Economic Challenges, New Opportunities: The Unfolding of the Third American Jewish Revolution