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Identifying, mapping, and monitoring the impact of hybrid firms

Holt, D. and Littlewood, D. (2015) Identifying, mapping, and monitoring the impact of hybrid firms. California Management Review, 57 (3). pp. 107-125. ISSN 0008-1256

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1525/cmr.2015.57.3.107


There is growing recognition that hybrid organizations can play a critical role in tackling intractable global sustainable development challenges. At the same time, acute social, environmental, and economic challenges are opening up “opportunity” spaces for hybrids. Different institutional contexts are also leading to variable hybrid forms linked to the focus of their mission and their profit-oriented status. This article presents a process for identifying, mapping, and building impact indicators based on a study of 20 hybrid organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Henley Business School > Marketing and Reputation
ID Code:40204
Additional Information:The author final manuscript is no longer available from this repository because access is not permitted by the publisher. California Management Review is an exception to the publisher's Green Open Access policy
Publisher:University of California Berkley

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