Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – October 28, 2011

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

  • BlendedValue: PhilanTopic: 'Calvin & Hobbes' Explain Occupy Wall Street 
  • npquarterly: Philanthropy is about to undergo seismic changes & many #nonprofits will welcome the trend
  • npquarterly: What's trending on NPQ? The Nonprofit Sector’s Embarrassing Defense of a Maximal Charitable Deduction
  • TrustEnabler: Steve Jobs and the Purpose of the Corporation:
  • GTak: Social Businesses Come in Many Legal Forms – by our #socent law colleague @bcampbelljr

And some highlights from the first full day of the Net Impact Annual Conference:

  • GTak: Why we're all at #NI11: to mobilize a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in their workplaces & the world.
  • marcuschung: "occupy wall street from the inside!" [Net Impact ED Liz Maw] love it!
  • emilychan: You don't know what you don't know. Being aware and informed is the first step to making the right decision. Sally Jewell [President] REI
  • KateDrane: If you want to go somewhere fast go alone. If you want to go far go together. – Lord Hastings quoting an african proverb
  • GTak: Future of Philanthropy session – see
  • GTak: Future of Philanthropy – mass collaboration, online marketplace, aggregated giving, prizes, SRI – @paulshoeSVP
  • GTak: Chasm between social problems & solutions – human and social capital (not a $$ problem, & there will be no $$ solution) @paulshoeSVP
  • GTak: Don't let micro participation (eg, Kiva) take away from macro participation in solving social problems; need both – M Schreiber #NI11

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