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. American Jewry is facing a financial and structural crisis. The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic will be devastating to the American Jewish communal system and of immediate concern to a significant number of Jewish families and seniors. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 and the American Jewish Economic Crisis
By Steven Windmueller
is a unique moment in the history of humankind. Many of the core
operating principles in connection with how people function and live
in the world have suddenly and completely come undone.
on these pages and elsewhere, we are being … [Read more...] about In this Moment:
Some Reflections on Who We Are and Are Becoming
By Steven Windmueller, Ph.D.
Past Episodes: Over the centuries, humanity encountered other such health-related epidemics. Beginning with the Black Death (1246-1353), the world has experienced at least a number of such health-related crisis, including the “Third Cholera P … [Read more...] about Managing the COVID 19 Epidemic
What the Jewish Community Can Learn from Prior Global Crisis and from this Moment in Time