- Recommendation 1
Ensure that startup leaders and successful startup initiatives play an integral, fully vested role in the overall Jewish organizational infrastructure and have both a voice and a vote in communal decision-making.
- Recommendation 2
- Planning, funding, and evaluation metrics should distinguish among age, lifestage, lifestyle, and level of affiliation and set distinct, independent benchmarks for each category.
- Recommendation 3
- Leverage investments in the most successful changemakers by ensuring a consistent leadership development and capacity-building pipeline for new initiatives, from ideas to pilots to startups to scaled and sustainable ventures.
- Recommendation 4
- Link existing formal and informal networks in order to harness their social capital and enhance the effectiveness of individual and collective Jewish action.
- Recommendation 5
- Build global Jewish knowledge and social capital by creating and expanding transnational networks and shared learning experiences