Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – March 4, 2011

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

  • GTak: Will BCS get a call from the IRS re 501(c)(3) status? – What was acceptable in past is no longer acceptable in future
  • npquarterly: MA Attorney General investigates Blue Cross CEO severance
  • tactphil: The Four Core Philanthropy Approaches. A follow up to yesterday's highly debated post
  • COF_: Check out the Council's Fdn Mgmt Survey on governance and expenses of Fdn Boards
  • endeavoringE: "If we don't invest in beginnings," lucymarcus says, "we won't see happy endings." Inception Under Threat. Read it. [important corporate governance post]
  • GOOD: Muhammad Yunus has been fired from the Grameen Bank. The latest move in gov't campaign against him.
  • TEDchris: BillGates explosive #TED talk from yesterday on how state budgets are breaking US schools TEDx
  • acumenfund: From HarvardBiz, Is the Bottom of the Pyramid Really for You? A great primer on challenges in #BoP markets
  • lucymarcus: LSE head quits over Gaddafi scandal, fresh revelations, The Guardian
  • FCSanFrancisco: Staying Current on Social Enterprise

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