The week started with Memorial Day, a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. At the same time, it's a day many of us enjoy spending with family and friends. Have a listen to one of my favorite songs (What's So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love & Understanding while perusing this week's tweets:
- Greg Colvin: Just launched remedy for IRS problem enforcing political tax rules internally & externally http://www.brightlinesproject.org – objective, neutral standards.
- Gene: Beyond the Cause: The Art and Science of Advocacy http://www.independentsector.org/beyond_the_cause
- Slate: Experts: At Least Some Groups Were Appropriately Flagged for Additional IRS Scrutiny http://slate.me/10BPM74
- Emily Chan: New memorandum on Joint Ventures added to Public Counsel Form 990 Policy Series. All 13 memoranda available for free: http://bit.ly/s6w5y8 [Ed. This site is an incredibly helpful resource for California nonprofits thinking about governance policies.]
- Stanford Business: A new study reveals that boardrooms give poor grades to CEOs for their mentoring skills & board engagement. http://stnfd.biz/lsZov (Forbes)
- Sustainable Law Group: Social Enterprise Alliance I – Building an Economy on Purpose http://dlvr.it/3RHSyV
- Jim Fruchterman: Great summary of the Social Enterprise Alliance Summit from Suzanne at Social Impact Architects http://socialimpactarchitects.com/wp/?p=486