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Do We Need to Stop Demanding that Charities Be "Efficient"?

Amanda Y. Fung

The not-for-profit world faces a lot of pressure. Everyone is looking for results and everyone is expecting efficiency. The unfortunate reality, however, is that not all of the results we’re looking for can be achieved “efficiently,” or at least not quickly, and maybe we need to stop making that our goal and using that as the only indicator by which we measure an organisation’s success.

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