Tweets of the Week – November 26, 2010

Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  Here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit organizations, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises:

  • GTak: Michael Peregrine's presentation on Principal Nonprofit Corporate Law Trends and Developments to NAAG/NASCO –
  • IndSector: If you missed @IndSector Conference – keynote videos now posted.
  • GregLColvin: Also at, protocol just posted has good example of letter from sponsor to funder re: adoption & control of project.
  • PatrickSternal: IRS to Jewish group: 'Does your organization support the existence of the land of Israel?' –
  • charitylawyer: Nonprofit Business Planning – Steal All the Underpants!
  • lguinee: Linda Guinee What is Social Justice Philanthropy?
  • p2173: Ezra Klein – Giving is personal. Make it political. – This is one of the better things I’ve read all year…
  • nonprofitlawyer: When is charitable giving by firms more of a marketing ploy? @latimesbiz
  • HarvardCorpGov: New on Harvard's Corporate Governance Forum: Management as a Profession: A Business Lawyer’s Critique
  • changents: Why Social Media Makes Brands Do Good. Powerful piece by Fast Company
  • SEEChangemag: Subscribe to our online publication for news and updates on #socialchange and #socent
  • Lithaca: "What Entrepreneurs Can Learn from the Poor" Check out this very interesting look at "Portfolios of the Poor"!
  • bill_easterly: 'Largest reduction in #poverty in history has happened in r generation.' @bill_easterly goes soft 4 #thanksgiving

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