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1 Cooperation with academic programmes covering standardization WSC Academic Day 2011 Hangzhou (China), 29 June 2011 Daniele Gerundino Strategic Adviser to the ISO Secretary-General

2 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –2 Contents ISO ISO and Academia WSC cooperation ISO Awards ISO-Roland Berger Methodology – Economic Benefits of Standards UNIGE-ISO Master Repository of education materials picture

3 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –3 The ISO System Vision & Strategy Vision & Strategy Customer Financial Learning Growth Internal Process Internal Process 162 national members people 98% of world GNI 97% of world population 162 national members people 98% of world GNI 97% of world population 203 active TCs technical bodies experts 203 active TCs technical bodies experts Central Secretariat in Geneva 154 FTE staff Central Secretariat in Geneva 154 FTE staff Collection of ISO Standards standards produced in 2010 Updated on 7 June 2011 Over 600 organizations in liaison

4 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –4 ISO and Academia Standards - Vehicle for sharing knowledge, technology and good practices Role of standards recognized in education programmes covering a broad variety of technical fields

5 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –5 ISO and Education Standards support: Trade in products and services Good business practices Innovation Sustainable development Role increasingly recognized by academia – this trend of utmost importance

6 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –6 Academia contribution to Standardization Teaching what is and what can be achieved through standardization Participating in development of standards Developing research and studies on standards-related matters Using Standards to improve the efficiency of academic institutions

7 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –7 The World Standards Cooperation (WSC) Multi-discipline and cross-sector For electrotechnology For telecommunications The 3 leading international standardization organizations, all based in Geneva : Collaborate to meet the challenges of converging technologies

8 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –8 Cooperation with Academia With IEC and ITU, ISO recognizes the essential contribution from academia and has developed initiatives to: Demonstrate its appreciation of academias work Encourage and support broader engagement of academia on standards-related matters Promote cooperation at various levels

9 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –9 First WSC Academic Week organized on 5-9 July 2010 More than 100 participants from over 30 countries Input on company and institutional needs to be met by education about standardization Review of the plurality of education programmes available in the various world regions Exchange of experiences about education materials and tools; and initiatives undertaken in various countries Indications on how to share information and best practices more effectively and further develop cooperation between NSBs and academia

10 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –10 The ISO Award Introduced in 2006 Aims to raise awareness of the importance of standardization worldwide Open to institutions of higher education that have developed and implemented successful educational programmes in standardization

11 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –11 The ISO Award Certificate of appreciation and a cash prize of Swiss Francs Co-sponsored by ISO and the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC), the ISO member for Japan Selection committee : eminent personalities from academia, business and the media

12 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –12 The ISO Award

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15 ISO – Roland Berger methodology to assess the economic benefits of standards Measure the impact of standards on an organization Provide clear criteria to assess the value of using standards Provide guidance when developing further studies to assess the benefits of using standards within an industry sector DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –15

16 Core concept – Benefits of standards can be identified along the entire organization value chain and its external interfaces DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –16 Easier cooperation with other companies on common basis Facilitated inter-action with public stakeholders, regarding compliance (e.g., safety, health, environment) Value Chain Access to global procurement markets Access to global customers (B2B, B2C and B2B2C) > Lower transaction cost > Consistent quality > Transparency > Economies of scale > Simplified service > Broader markets > Broader customer base > Lower pressure on price > Lower transaction costs Inbound logistics Produ- ction Marke- ting Service Other supporting functions Research and Development Procurement Outbound logistics Standards impact on the organizations value drivers

17 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –17 FESTO Brazil: Standards EBIT impact of the selected business functions Business FunctionEBIT impact Procurement BRL Engineering BRL Production BRL Total BRL This corresponds to 1.84% of the company turnover (ca. 150 million BRL)

18 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –18 NTUC Fairprice Singapores – Overall Annual Benefits from Standards 1. SGD 4.5m benefits derived from the implementation of the 4 standards 2. Annual benefits ranged from SGD142 k to SGD 3.1m carton bar code standards at SGD 3.1 m standard pallet at SGD 714 k milk and dairy at SGD 142 k chilled pork at SGD 642 k 3. Annual benefits from Chilled pork - revenue grew by 22% from 2005 to 2009 Milk and dairy – revenue doubled from 2003 to Cold Chain Management Standards assisted growth in revenue from 5. Benefits from cold chain management standards were mainly health and safety benefits & contributed to the more than double revenue growth of fresh foods from 2003 till 2009

19 Dissemination and Implementation DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –19 Projects run by ISO members in various countries Target interested companies Conducted in cooperation with academic institutions (internships of students from Masters and PhD programmes) With coordination and support from ISO/CS

20 Programme 2010 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –20 Four initiatives covered in 2010, targeting countries in these regions: Eastern and Southern Africa East and South-East Asia South America Europe/North America 11 Case studies completed so far, 2 to be finalized

21 Programme 2011 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –21 Four initiatives underway in 2011, targeting countries in these regions : Middle-East Western and Central Africa South Asia Additional cases from industrialized countries Objective: development of 10 to 15 additonal case studies

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23 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –23 An interdisciplinary programme which involves three disciplines: sociology, management and economics – a partnership between the Univesity of Geneva, ISO and SNV The programme focuses on sustainable development and on the notion that sustainable development processes need the active involvement of all the actors likely to contribute to or to be affected by them This includes the participatory processes involving public and private actors situated at various levels (social regulation) and the standard setting practices that provide essential voluntary agreements, supporting the dissemination of knowledge, best practices and monitoring tools

24 DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –24 A plurality of partners are to be involved in the programme – internatinonal organizations, SDOs, experts from industry and governments participating in standards work All the materials developed by ISO will be available to ISO members and interesterd academic institutions

25 Repository of education materials Further to indications from the Academic Week 2011, ISO is working to build an international repository of education materials Of course ISO is keen to cooperate with all the interested parties (from NSBs and academia) with a view to share what is already available and to better orient future efforts. DG WSC Academic Day 2011 –25

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