Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – 7/15/16

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The past week was marked by continuing commentary about the resolution of issues between police and communities (including at President Obama’s participation in a Disney Media Networks town hall titled “The President and the People: A National Conversation“), another horrific terrorist attack in France, and … Pokemon Go. Have a listen to the Pokemon theme song while perusing our curated nonprofit tweets of the week:

  • Steve Zimmerman: Love this use: Pokémon Go – to the Opera? How Nonprofits Have Made the Game Their Own NPQ [Ed. See also Pokémon Go isn’t a fad. It’s a beginning. – Vox.]
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Risk management is an emerging #nonprofit best practice, says @TBilich, but what strategies work?
  • BoardSource: Generative Governance: Making Sense of Problems through Critical Inquiry
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: TRENDING – Exit Agreements for Nonprofit CEOs: A Guide for Boards and Executives [Ed. Ask an attorney if considering severance payments for past services not previously bargained for.]
  • BDO Nonprofit: New #IRS regulations address deferred compensation plans for #nonprofit employees. @NonProfitTimes
  • Theresa Fay-Bustillos: Growth of youth sport leagues has a dark-side–embezzlement by trusted adults. #nonprofit #youth #sports
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review: Pay-what-it-takes #philanthropy could be the solution to breaking the #nonprofit starvation cycle
  • Ray Madoff: The Undermining of American Charity … via @nybooks [Ed. Provocative article critical of donor-advised funds prompting an article in The Washington Post – Wall Street is sitting on billions meant for American charities.]
  • Philantopic: [Op-Ed] Why Should Rich Universities Get Huge Property Tax Exemptions? @washingtonpost #nonprofits #taxpolicy
  • Brookings Governance: New paper on the B Corporation Movement and how businesses can make positive social impacts