Title

Managing Organizational Paradoxes in Social Enterprises: Case Studies from the MENA Region

Author's Department

Management Department

Second Author's Department

Management Department

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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11266-018-00083-3

All Authors

Ayman Ismail; Brendon Johnson

Document Type

Research Article

Publication Title

VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations

Publication Date

12-31-2019

doi

https://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-018-00083-3

Abstract

This study aims to examine the question around how small- and medium-scale hybrid social enterprises within the context of the Middle East and North Africa manage paradoxical tensions they face in their everyday decision-making. By placing a lens on the unique hybrid processes facing organizational members rooted in traditional social and economic rationales, we seek to better understand the breadth of strategies adopted and their relevance to the specific contextual considerations of the study. Through analyzing five in-depth case studies from the region, the study aims to add insights on the practice of managing organizational paradoxes to maintain social-economic hybridity. We also introduce practical implications for managers and supporters of small- and medium-scale social enterprises.

First Page

516

Last Page

534

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