Tweets of the Week – August 20, 2010

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

  • mattbish: How social entrepreneurs and civic entrepreneurs can bring innovation to government. My latest for The Economist
  • newprofit: SSIR Do No Evil – Google’s philanthropy launched with $1 billion but lately its ambitions have shrunk
  • GTak: Are You a Tax-Exempt Charity? Sure About That?
  • nonprofitlawyer: Technology and social media resources for nonprofits conveniently provided in a @TechSoup top ten list
  • Dan_Martin: NY Times: Harvard Business School renamed School of Integrity. Students to receive Masters in Integrity
  • COF_: Important summer reading… A Foundation's Guide to Advocacy
  • TonyMartignetti: Here are some charity registration tips for nonprofits. I'll add a new one monthly:
  • NonProfitBanker: Get the @guidestarusa report: "Jun '10: Effect of Economy on Nonprofit Sector" (7000 participated)
  • GTak: Federal Circuit: Group's Internet and Radio Worship Does Not Meet IRS Definition of 'Church'
  • npquarterly: Because we know you're keeping a file on all the thousands of battles over nonprofit tax exemption: here's another.
  • PatrickSternal: Lessons for Charity Boards from AG Audit of CSU Stanislaus Foundation
  • plamb: Good Economist article on social innovation and social enterprise efforts in the US and UK
  • socialedge: My biggest RT this week: If we all lived like Americans, it would take 5 planets to support humanity. Check yr footprint
  • nonprofitlawyer: Wright's 3-steps to theory of change map: vision, method, metric. Things I want to see, things I'm going to do, how I will measure it #clfbc
  • DonKramer: Our #nonprofit gets requests from merchants to advertise on our website. Can we sell advertising to raise funds?

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