By Bob Hyfler What ails the structures of the Jewish world is not a question of mission, division of labor or form, nor the absence of leadership. It is the absence of an informed, sustained, multi-generation conversation among the many on our collective challenges and … [Read more...] about Structures as if People Matter: A Quick Response to Steven Windmueller
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By Lisa Colton and Miriam Brosseau Recently Marylin E. Kingston, Ph.D. and Steven Windmueller, Ph.D. published an article here titled The Same Jewish Crowd! Who’s Showing Up and Why, exploring the behavior of multiple concentric circles of people, and their relationship to J … [Read more...] about From Organization-Centric to Network-Focused Design: A Response to Drs. Kingston and Windmueller
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D. In connection with President Trump’s recent tweets referencing the four Democratic Congressional members, one could identify a wide array of reactions on the part Jewish organizations and prominent Jewish Americans from both political parties. W … [Read more...] about Reflections on the American Jewish Voter
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D. As we observe July 4th and pay tribute to our nation on its 233rd anniversary, this moment affords us an opportunity to identify those sustaining and unique values that define our country. From its founding, Jewish Americans have had a unique … [Read more...] about Finding Meaning in the American Story Independence Day Reflections
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
As citizens Jews have a profound interest in and connection with the welfare of this society. More directly, Jewish policy makers will need to pay attention to the emerging data that is now coming online as demographic trends and social and political … [Read more...] about Reflections on the American Future
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