Tweets of the Week – October 29, 2010

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

  • COF_: A Lively Debate About Tax Incentives
  • GTak: Nonprofit sector employs 12.9M or 10% of U.S. workforce (larger than finance, insurance & real-estate sectors combined) via @GuideStarUSA
  • BridgespanGroup: Can five short questions change the nonprofit world? Notes on "Charting Impact" effort by @Philanthropy from @IndSector
  • NonProfitBanker: Relying on donations from abroad? New post: "3 Danger that Money-Changers Pose to Charities" [international charity]
  • kanter: Getting Social Media Right for Nonprofits from Bridgespan
  • nedgington: What tools would help your nonprofit grow or become financially sustainable?:
  • GTak: Important to nonprofit boards too! RT @lucymarcus My #TEDx talk on Boardroom Activism & the changing role of directors
  • npmaven: New Great Boards issue features overview of practices we discuss often. Good potential convo starter
  • charitylawyer: Just posted Nonprofit Coup d'Etat:
  • rosettathurman: 58 Quotes to Inspire Leadership, Resilience & Social Change
  • calvert_fdn: Nice piece on link #impactinvesting developments + access to capital 4 social enterprises @IncMagazine
  • GTak: A Basic Guide to Corporate Philanthropy –
  • nonprofitlawyer: India's 2% corporate philanthropy law a good idea? via @Justmeans

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