What is it about?

Knowledge management (KM) in non-profit organizations (NPOs) embodies this philosophy wherein the NPOs must balance the competing institutional demands and enact KM practices in a resource-constrained environment. We evaluate this interplay of competing demands and knowledge management practices in NPOs with two polar cases using the theoretical lens of institutional logics.

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We find support for the hybrid nature of non-profits, the co-existence of multiple competing logics that drive the KM practices in NPOs, and the use of innovative logics like bricolage and socialization to compensate for the resource constraints.

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This page is a summary of: Knowledge management practices in non‐profit organizations: An institutional logics approach, Knowledge and Process Management, November 2022, Wiley,
DOI: 10.1002/kpm.1739.
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