Resource Hub

Below is a compilation of a variety of resources will better prepare you for FedLab. The list of resources will continue to grow as we get closer, so check back often!

You don't have to wait until November 10th to absorb the FedLab topics. Jump in now and explore the Resource Hub!

FedLab Experience

Successful Innovation Labs Have These Four Things in Common

Deb De Vries, The Journal

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The Innovators DNA

Jeffrey H. Dyer, Harvard Business Review

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How Aha! Really Happens

William Duggan, Booz & Co

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Design Thinking Comes of Age

Jon Kolko, Harvard Business Review

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Can Design Thinking Redesign Higher Ed?

Lee Gardner, The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Action for Good

Universalism vs. Particularism in Jewish Peoplehood

Video, The Center for Jewish Peoplehood

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Advancing Research of Jewish Poverty

Weinberg Foundation/Alan Cooperman, Pew Research Center and Laurence Kotler-Berkowitz, JFNA

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Innovative Approaches to Combating Hunger

Weinberg Foundation/Abbe Pick and Alex Roth-Kahn, UJA-Federation of New York and Kelly Romirowsky, Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

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Jewish Poverty in the Media

Weinberg Foundation/Jane Eisner, The Forward

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No Wrong Door: Federation's approach to addressing poverty in your community

Weinberg Foundation/Sarah Abramson, Amanda Badolato and Lori Kagan, Combined Jewish Philanthropies

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The Silent Predictor: Exploring the Intersection of gender and Jewish poverty

Weinberg Foundation/Naomi Tucker, Shalom Bayit

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When More Than Half a Billion Dollars is Not Enough

Weinberg Foundation/Yonit Hoffman, CJE SeniorLife and Miriam Weiner, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany

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Jewish Poverty in the United States: A Summary of Recent Research

Jonathan Hornstein for The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation

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#EngageJewish

Both Organization-Centric and Network-Focused Design

Lisa Colton and Miriam Brousseau, eJewish Philanthropy

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My Torah of Inclusion

Rabbi Ari Moffic, eJewish Philanthropy

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All I Care About is People

Malka Fleischmann, eJewish Philanthropy

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The Signs of Marching Jews

David Bryfman, JFNA Blog/Ideas in Jewish Education

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Jewish Education's Ancient New Dilemma

Malka Fleischmann, Tablet Magazine

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Redesigning Jewish Education through the Lens of Federation

Beth Cousens, JFNA Publication

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Engagement and This Moment in American Life

Beth Cousens, JFNA Publication

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Institutions vs. Collaboration

Clay Shirky, TED

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From Organization-Centric to Network-Focused Design

Lisa Colton & Miriam Brosseau, eJewish Philanthropy

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Harnessing the Power of Networks for Social Impact

Peter Plastrik, Madeleine Taylor & John Cleveland, Chapter 1, Connecting to Change the World

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Jewish Security & Empowerment

To Fight Anti-semitism, Be a Proud Jew

Bari Weiss, New York Times

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Synagogue threats coming from new direction

Jane Kaufman, Cleveland Jewish News

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How we are working to stop a third synagogue attack?

Michael Masters, J Weekly

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How Jewish organizations train people to prevent shootings like the one in Poway

Josefin Dolesten, JTA

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Department of Homeland Security Releases New Counterterrorism Strategy

Omri Nahmias, JPost

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FBI: Jews subject to 60% of religiously motivated hate crimes in 2017

Yair Rosenberg, Tablet Magazine

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Creating resilient communities in the face of violence

Alex Rose, CJ News

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American Jews and Muslims have a common antagonist

James Ron and Howard Levine, The New York Times

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A Despicable Cartoon in The Times

Bret Stephens, The New York Times

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Antisemitism is The Reason for My Millennial Burnout

Elena Gormley, Hey Alma

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Antisemitism: Here and Now

Deborah E. Lipstadt

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