Tweets of the Week – December 3, 2010

Congratulations to my co-contributor Emily Chan, who gets sworn in as a member of the California Bar today!  Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • alicekorngold: What business exec.s need 2 know be4 their 1st #nonprofit #board mtg
  • lauratomasko: Thoughts on #socap, plus definitions of impact investing & social enterprise by @Kevindoylejones
  • socialentrprnr: 5 Thoughts on Entrepreneurship Inspired by Kanye West's "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy"
  • socialedge: Jonathan Lewis wonders how we dare ask the poorest of the poor to pay dearly for their own futures #microfinance
  • Philanthropy: Obama Deficit Panel Looks to Revamp Charity Tax Breaks A new twist on important, developing story for #nonprofits
  • p2173: Philanthropy and Social Investing: Blueprint 2011 – now available! Hot, I mean hot, off the presses.
  • nonprofitlawyer: Will the new social network Jumo suceed? @NickDiCo says yes @ctrlzee says no (via @philanthropy)
  • nonprofitlawyer: Big Q: How do we trick ourselves to stay accountable to ideas? @Philanthropy "What To Do With An Idea" w/ @scottbelsky
  • USATODAY: Unraveling the mystery of why we give, or don't
  • DonKramer: Can a CPA draft bylaws for a start-up #nonprofit?
  • BCorporation: B Corporations Get a Boost With Very Own Ad Campaign via Fast Company
  • aapip: new #AAPIP "Building Democratic Philanthropy" call to action, in current issue of Chronicle of #Philanthropy >

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