Nonprofit Tweets of the Week – September 9, 2011

This week saw Obama's first bill to Congress (the American Jobs Act) and SOCAP11. Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • LawForChange: If you only read one thing this weekend, read this. How Nonprofit Networks Are Raising the Bar on Results:
  • charitylawyer: Merger as a Succession Planning Tool:
  • DougYPark: Fiduciary duties of officers of the corporation. 
  • GTak: Financing Options for Social Enterprises (nonprofit) 
  • GTak: Accountability in Social Enterprises –
  • socialedge: Newsletter: Is Charity for Sale? –
  • allenlawnc's decision to become a B-Corp rather than a 501(c)(3) –
  • GTak: Terminations due to use of social media; Judge orders re-hiring in Facebook complaints case
  • Competia: My new blog "When Social Media Matters:a Guide to the Board of Directors for better Governance"
  • SSIReview: Why it's time to rethink our fear of the big, hairy slacktivism beast:
  • emilychan: And "what you do proves what you believe." MT @gaylegifford @tedtalks: "People don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it."

For more interesting tweets, follow me and Emily on Twitter.  

And if you're in the San Francisco Bay Area, check out Emily's presentation on governance and today's legal issues on Wednesday, September 14, from noon to 1 p.m.

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