Hübriidsus on üks terminitest, mis levid paljudes valdkondades, sh organisatsioonid ja turvalisus. Sestap siinne tekst, mis on lugemiseks vabalevis kättesaadav kõigile ning seetõttu pikka kommentaari ei vaja.

Artikli esimeses lauses antakse lugejale teada, millega artikkel tegeleb:

In this paper, we explore how an organization’s context influences its adoption of ‘good’ management practices and their performance implications.

Konteksti avamisel märgitakse muuhulgas:

Traditionally, hybridity has been viewed as an organizational level concept (Denis et al., 2015; Pollitt and Bouckaert, 2011), specifically structural hybridity around forms of governance (Denis et al., 2015; Miller et al., 2008). Hybridity, however, also relates to the context in which organizations operate (Skelcher and Smith, 2015). Recognizing the hybrid nature of contexts, Herbert Simon (1998) warned of the dangers of studying markets to the exclusion of government, and vice versa.

… ja seatakse eesmärk:

In this paper we focus on hybridity of context, which has been a policy tool through which governments have sought to address pressing social issues, remedying the underlying resource constraints of public authorities by encouraging the introduction of private sector practices to improve organizational performance in the delivery of public services

Tasub lugeda ka metoodika osa:

In contrast to conventional regression-based modelling, which treats variables as competing in explaining variation in outcomes, QCA seeks to show how variables combine to create outcomes. Central to the configurational approach are the concepts of conjunction, asymmetry and equifinality.


To operationalize the idea of contextual hybridity we draw on the concept of dimensional publicness, as defined by the degree to which an organization is subject to political authority and market authority

Peamised järeldused:

First, the conditioning effects for high and low performance are conjunctural in nature, in that outcomes result from the interdependence of multiple conditions (Ragin, 2008), although configurations are different across the four taxonomic groups. Second, these configurations demonstrate equifinality, in that there is significant variation in terms of the mix of management practices and hybrid contexts that lead to high performance. Third, there is significant symmetry between our findings for the configurations that lead to high and low performance, with the presence of good management practices being a necessary condition for high performing organizations, while the absence of these practices was a condition for low performing organizations.

White, L., Lockett, A., Currie, G., & Hayton, J. (2021). Hybrid context, management practices and organizational performance: A configurational approach. Journal of Management Studies