The field of human resource management faces a significant dilemma. While emerging evidence, theory, and practical demands are increasing the visibility and credibility of human capital as a key to organisational success, the measures used to articulate the impact of human resource management decisions remain misunderstood, unwanted by key constituents, or even counter‐productive. This article proposes that the key to creating meaningful HR metrics is to embed them within a model that shows the links between HR investments and organisational success. The PeopleVantage model is proposed as a framework, the application of the model is illustrated, and the potential of the model for guiding research and practical advances in effective HR measures is discussed.
BOUDREAU, J.W. (1998), "Strategic Human Resource Management Measures: Key Linkages and the PeopleVantage Model", Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp. 21-40. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029046Download as .RIS
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