Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – September 2, 2011

This week saw Hurricane Irene ravage our east coast and the end of Qaddafi's rule of Libya.  Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • Philanthropy: State Regulators Shine Spotlight on Social Media: Watchdogs are looking for ways to make sure that con artists a…
  • emilychan: "Get the Most Value from Your Audit" – valuable mgmt advice should be a natural by-product via Blue Avocado 
  • GTak: 18% of all California nonprofits had their tax-exempt status revoked – see national Snapshot
  • jakenyon: Holly Ross: How to Succeed in Nonprofit Social Media
  • lucymarcus: Leadership in Uncertain Times: "In Troubled Times, Boards Must Step Up" @HarvardBiz
  • GailPerrync: A little humor for your day: the story of 5 #nonprofit #boards gone wild.
  • GTak: Big upcoming news for #socents! MT @rtjohnson Two bills in CA heading to Governor's desk to help #socent businesses.
  • p2173: The Rise of The Not-Just-for-Profit [CouchSurfing and B corporation]
  • fabriceflorin: Robert Reich: Ratio of corp profits to wages is highest since before Great Depression. True, says @politifact:
  • GTak: Steve Jobs – How to live before you die – (TED); "Stay hungry. Stay foolish." –
  • robreich: Not the only person to be asking about Jobs' (lack of) philanthropy. The Mystery of Steve Jobs's Public Giving.

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