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Hybrid Organizations: Origins, Strategies, Impacts, and Implications

Haigh, Nardia; Walker, John; Bacq, Sophie; Kickul, Jill

This introduction to the special issue on hybrid organizations defines hybrids, places them in their historical context, and introduces the articles that examine the strategies hybrids undertake to scale and grow, the impacts for which they strive, and the reception to them by mainstream firms. It aggregates insights from the articles in this special issue in order to examine what hybrid organizations mean for firms and practicing managers as they continue to grow in number and assume a variety of missions in developing and developed countries.

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California Management Review
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https://doi.org/10.1525/cmr.2015.57.3.5

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Business
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September 25, 2015