“Retail Hubris”: What Jewish Communal Institutions can Learn from Sears

Once upon a time, I was a bankruptcy lawyer. Also once upon a time, I shopped at Sears. Bankruptcy law is now only a hobby, and I can’t remember the last time I walked into a Sears. Now I work in furtherance of excellence in the Jewish community. So what do these things have in common? Read More


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