The Indicator Design Tool provides a simple way for business practitioners – and other stakeholders, to develop targets and indicators focused on better outcomes for people. The tool helps users learn about what is working and why in order to make evidence-based decisions on how to allocate resources, adjust programs and ultimately, deliver improved outcomes for workers, consumers and communities. It can be applied to a wide range of efforts aimed at preventing, mitigating and remediating human rights impacts, regardless of industry, operating context or human rights issue. It provides users a three part journey, involving external stakeholders to get the best results. First, the tool helps companies articulate their strategy. In other words, it helps businesses set out the step-by-step process of how they think their activities will lead to outcomes. Next, it helps users to think about the contextual roadblocks that might get in the way. This can include, the company’s culture, local laws or commercial practices that may be unhelpful. Lastly, the tool helps users to develop meaningful targets and indicators across this picture that can tell whether their actions are making a difference. By following these steps, companies can transform how they measure their human rights work: building insight about how to deliver impact, and how to communicate on their progress.