Many HR teams are challenged to prove that they are adding value. In this article, Dr Tony Grundy discusses the many challenges of valuing HR interventions. He highlights the limitations of chasing return on investment (ROI) and argues instead for another approach to assessing intangibles, illustrating his approach with case studies from different sectors.

Many HR teams are challenged to prove that they are adding value. In this article, Dr Tony Grundy discusses the many challenges of valuing HR interventions. He highlights the limitations of chasing return on investment (ROI) and argues instead for another approach to assessing intangibles, illustrating his approach with case studies from different sectors.

In this article, I use three case studies (BP, Metrobank and West Midlands Police) to show how organisational interventions can be evaluated through economic value.

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