How the unintended consequences of organizational interventions complicate the assessment of economic utility
Interventions in organizations (e.g., implementing new testing, training or leadership development programs) are likely to have a wide range of effects, some intended and some unintended.Â These outcomes are likely to unfold over time in a wide range of trajectories.Â A multi-stakeholder, multivariate longitudinal perspective is suggested as a way of reflecting more broadly the range of effects of organizational interventions when estimating their financial impact.Â
Volume (Year): 1 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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