Organisatsioone puudutavas igapäevaretoorikas küll rõhutatakse mitmekesisust jms, kuid praktikas on hübriidorganisatsioonid ehk erinevaid institutsionaalseid loogikaid teadlikult siduvad organisatsioonid siiski vist harvaesinevad. Võib-olla eksin, kuid domineerivalt jääb mulje, et paljudes organisatsioonides asjad juhtuvad. Hübriidorganisatsioonide eelis arvatakse olevat nende võimekuses adapteerida väliskeskkonna mitmekesisust ühte organisatsiooni. Aga see on ka väljakutse eeskätt organisatsiooni liikmete teadmistele.

Kontekstist:

One crucial challenge is that of managing the demands of stakeholders who are motivated by different logics, and therefore hold divergent expectations about appropriate organizational goals and behaviours (Lee, Ramus, & Vaccaro, 2018).

Uurimisküsimus:

How does time influence hybrid organizations’ strategies for managing divergent stakeholder demands?

Ajafaktor on jäänud tahaplaanile:

Although scholars recognize that strategies to manage divergent stakeholders may change, and involve different combinations of actions over time, they have not thoroughly investigated how time and the temporality of these actions – such as timing, sequence and past actions – influence their effectiveness.

Näide:

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks vihje kokkuvõttest:

Our findings support the notion that stakeholder engagement can help hybrid organizations’ managers to recognize the long-term interconnections between institutional demands that appear to be simply incompatible when analysed from a short-term perspective. […] managing these challenges and securing divergent stakeholder support requires the implementation of complex and long-term strategies, based on the capacity to recognize the temporal interconnections between stakeholder demands and to combine symbolic and substantive actions appropriately over time.

Ramus, T., Vaccaro, A., & Berrone, P. (2021). Time Matters! How hybrid organizations use time to respond to divergent stakeholder demands. Organization Studies, 42(10), 1529–1555. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840619900341