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The shift in generational values and work culture is evident in the selection of CEOs for NFP organisations, where candidates exhibit characteristics more akin to start-up culture than traditional charities. 

This change reflects a generational preference for short-term projects and a belief in the potential of anyone to manage tasks, challenging the status quo within these organisations. The not-for-profit sector must adapt to this evolving landscape, embracing innovation, diversifying income sources beyond grants and donors, and being willing to cut ineffective programs. 

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Olivia Mitchell