Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – January 27, 2012

Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • Lisa Chiu: Obama says he won't harm charitable giving:
  • Nonprofit Quarterly: Did U.S. Supreme Court's decision open door to less protection for faith-based employees?
  • Philanthropy: Nonprofits Added Jobs Faster Than Businesses Last Decade, Study Finds
  • Emily: An Executive Director’s Guide to Financial Leadership: 8 key principles for sustained financial health (Nonprofit Quarterly)
  • Emily: Due Diligence Done Well – a guide for grantmakers supporting 501(c)(3)s by Grantmakers for Effective Organizations & La Piana Consulting
  • Gene: For EDs & Boards, Chairs Matter & You're not the boss of me
  • Debra Beck: Orienting our nonprofit boards: It's a process, not single event
  • Gene: "Missing Opportunities" – Impt Report Finds Deep Disparities in Funding to LGBTQ Asian American/Pacific Islanders – via AAPIP
  • Jonathan Coburn: Infographic on the history of social business and shared value
  • Lucy Bernholz: Worth a read. The Trouble With Impact Investing – Part 1 | Stanford Social Innovation Review
  • Social Edge: Sustainability reports are about accountability. Integrated reports are about changing the way companies think

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