Talk:Hybrid organization

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Page had become cluttered; I moved the rather strangely formatted citation to "Mary Jo hatch's book" (sic) to the list references, did some general clean-up and added texts also applicable to other than public/private hybrids. Also reinstated legitimate links that were removed in an earlier edit. --Philip1978 (talk) 11:48, 28 April 2011 (UTC)

Undid edit by Pm master who removed supposedly 'low content links': these links are to academic sites (hence non-commercial), highly relevant to the topic (the sites are on academic research on hybrid organizations, and span more than a single page (in fact, you can download academic peer reviewed publications etc). Moreover, these links have been part of this page for years, which must mean that previous contributors (many experts in the field!) saw them as valuable. My note on Pm master's talk page has gone unanswered for a week, so I'm reinstating the previous version. --Philip1978 (talk) 18:55, 5 May 2011 (UTC)

Microsoft's business concept[edit]

Microsoft seems to have developed a 'business concept' which is also called 'Hybrid organizations', but otherwise has nothing to do with this page (the hybrid organizations discussed here are organizations that combine the public / private / third sector). The information that was added about Microsoft's product seems valid enough, but it's as if the author simply dumped it on this page, without reading what was here before. So I moved it all to a new page. --Irisv (talk) 11:45, 26 November 2011 (UTC)