Response to Hayim Herring's Network Judaism

By Allan Finkelstein

Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies (University of Judaism), 2001

Those who know me are aware that Hayim Herring's basic premise is one that totally supports my belief that our communities need a new way of thinking about how we approach serving Jews. Communities need to know how to work and how to work together. There are two specific areas of interest to me: 1) how we relate to members/participants and 2) how the institutions relate to each other. Here are a few comments about what I think is important in this paper.

Topic: Management and Administration, Networking, Leadership, Jewish Organizations, Community Building, Communal Organization

Name of Publication: Jewish Networking: Linking People, Institutions, Community

Editor: Heller, Zachary I.

Page Number(s): 86-88

Funder: Combined Jewish Philanthropies , of Greater Boston , The Minneapolis Jewish Federation

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Genre: Book Chapter

Identifier: ISBN 1-893380-01-7

Language: English

Copyright Holder: Author

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Bibliographic Information:
Finkelstein, Allan. Response to Hayim Herring's Network Judaism. Jewish Networking: Linking People, Institutions, Community. Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies (University of Judaism). 2001: 86-88. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=11138


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