Development of Indicators

The Hub defines indicators for assessing the adoption of socially responsible practices by companies and advocates these indicator as standards for Indian Business Practice and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Broad Meta-indicators
These indicators inform broad strategy that cluster diverse programmes, such as the number and category of people being reached directly and indirectly by the programme.
Baseline Indicators
Baseline Indicators document the current context, against which change can be measured over time. Baseline indicators inform initial strategic planning and are critical to analyse situational/contextual specificity during the initial stages of the initiative. Baselines include the initial set of indicators that help monitor progress against objectives. Baseline indicators provide powerful common platforms for rights holders to reflect on their current situation within the larger context and inform their participation in decision-making.
Participatory Programme Indicators
These are specific indicators agreed in a participatory manner with the stakeholders for specific programmes that support monitoring of progress in alignment with programme objectives. All programmes are required to develop indicators as part of their strategic planning with key stakeholders such as allies, partners or poor and excluded people at the outset of a programme. These indicators must be able to track and align with the rights framework at the local, national and international levels.
Aggregation of these specific, participatory indicators, to inform strategy, cannot be imposed. Insight for strategy emerges from appropriate triangulations.
Performance Indicators
Performance Indicators inform internal strategy and partnerships agreements. For specific programmes, these indicators will be developed with partners and communities collaboratively. For organisational objectives, these will address a range of roles including funding, finance, organisational culture and principled action.
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