To achieve our goals by 2030, we will need to continually measure our progress and evaluate our success.
To this end, we will develop a structured and consistent measurement framework to:
- First, measure our progress toward achieving our strategic priorities
- Then measure our success according to our overall goals
A detailed framework of indicators and measures is part of our strategy implementation plan, which will be reviewed and updated on a regular basis to remain relevant, agile and responsive to change.
At a high level, we expect to measure success as outlined below.
ISO standards used everywhere
We will measure the use of standards, the visibility of ISO and the awareness of ISO standards amongst our target audiences.
Meeting global needs
We will measure whether global needs are being met in terms of timeliness, coverage of emerging/priority topics and the fitness for purpose of ISO standards and related products.
All voices heard
We will measure the strength and diversity of voices in the ISO system – not just who is participating, but how they engage, play an active role and how their contributions are reflected in our work.
We will know we have succeeded in achieving our goals when these things happen
The ISO Strategy outlines our priorities for the next five years. It provides guidance and strategic direction, helping us to respond to a future where constant change will require us to continually improve the ISO system.