Tweets of the Week – September 17, 2010

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

  • socialedge: The Case Against CSR (in #WSJ)? Not! Four #CSR Myths Debunked And still on @socialedge at
  • CharityNav: NYTimes takes a look at how small business can continue to be philanthropic even in these difficult economic times.
  • CSRwire: How to Help our Food System? Try the L3C or the B-Corp #CSX via @huffingtonpost
  • GTak: See @eowexler's Private Foundation Investments in For-Profit Social Enterprise: Two Roads Diverged #socent #nonprofit
  • COF_: Does Nonprofit Status Offer the Best Way to Achieve Your Mission?
  • HarvardCorpGov: New on Harvard's Corporate Governance Forum: Spotlight on Boards, #corpgov
  • GTak: Practical advice from Guidestar re: Board Recruitment for many #nonprofit orgs – #corpgov
  • ethicsblogger: Is Board Incompetence Unethical? [re: #HP's Board] #ethics #CorpGov
  • povertynews: The Census Bureau says that about 43.6 million people, or 1 in 7, were in poverty last year.

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