Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – June 22, 2012

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

  • Foundation Center-New York: Legal Issues and Your New Nonprofit
  • Emily: IRS Examinations—The Seven Stages of Grief by Rob Wexler
  • Emily: What to Look for in a Directors and Officers' Insurance Policy by Ellis Carter via Law For Change
  • C. Garber Siegrist: Another good post from Venable: Nonprofit Contracts: Best Practices, Negotiation Strategies, Practical Tips & Pitfalls
  • Kate Barr: Budgets that Breathe Nonprofit Assistance Fund
  • CompassPoint: Attn: nonprofit boards and execs Jeanne Bell webinar 6/25 on nonprofit sustainability is a must see!
  • Nonprofit Times: 8 Things That Make Nonprofits Vulnerable To Fraud
  • Shuey Fogel: New post: "Posting Financial Reports to your Website Does NOT Constitute Transparency"
  • Lucy Marcus: Transparency is here: Emails show UVA board leaders planning Teresa Sullivan’s exit, Wash Post
  • Gene: Nonprofit board meeting tip: use a consent agenda (free up time for the important issues). http://www.boardsource1
  • iGiveMore: 26% of Millennials (age 20-35) were interested in joining the board of a nonprofit in 2011
  • Debra Beck: New post: 10 ways to respect nonprofit boards
  • Rob Reich: Nonprofits Outspent Super PACs in electioneering in 2010.
  • Jed Emerson: Really good piece…"The Questions at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Real Challenges of Global Intrapreneurs"

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