by Barry Camson I witness with great wonder the new approaches to innovation and how these approaches are being utilized by the Millennial generation. I am a Baby Boomer involved for many years in building communities of people, helping people to work collaboratively in … [Read more...] about Generations and Innovation
Bikkurim: Advancing New Jewish ideas has accepted two new organizations into its incubator program. The Shefa School: the first pluralistic Jewish day school in New York providing K-8 education for children with special needs. Shefa seeks to make the Jewish education of … [Read more...] about Bikkurim Accepts 2 New Organizations To Incubator Program
The following is an excerpt from Joshua Venture Group’s newly released report, Change the Conversation, Change the World: Reinvigorating Our Communities through Investment in Social Entrepreneurship - a look inside the organization’s own impact assessment, with implications for JV … [Read more...] about Change the Conversation
As a "sector-within-a-sector," the Jewish innovation space must work together if we are to achieve maximal impact. Important conversations about growth, sustainability, and impact cannot take place exclusively behind the closed-doors of boardrooms or within the four walls of any … [Read more...] about What Does Collaboration Look Like?
In spring 2012, Bikkurim identified significant gaps in the support of post-start-up organizations. Today, Bikkurim announces a new initiative to address this need. Through Atid Hazak (Strong Future) Bikkurim will provide a bridge to enable second-stage Jewish organizations to … [Read more...] about Bikkurim Announces New Initiative for Post-Start-Up Phase