“[T]he strategy approach [to measuring organizational outcomes] assesses the extent to which work/life initiatives facilitate the company’s ability to make progress on key business strategies (for example, as indicated by the congruence of work/life objectives and globalization, growth, etc.). This approach has been discussed by Lambert, 1999 and others.” (Lobel)

Lobel, S. (2003). Measurement of organizational outcomes, a Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia entry. Retrieved May 10, 2007, from the Sloan Work and Family Research Network website: