Social Return on Investment (SROI): A powerful tool for the realisation of benefits
This white paper from APM’s Benefits Management Specific Interest Group (SIG) describes a framework for evaluating services and projects where it isn’t immediately obvious how to quantify the financial return.
Social Return on Investment (SROI) sets out the six stages of SROI, the advantages of using SROI in the management and realisation of benefits, and dispels some of the common misconceptions around the subject.
Authors: Hugo Minney, lead author, with support from the APM Benefits Management SIG Committee.
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