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The New GSMP Sally Herbert, President GS1 System Development & GDSN, Inc. Mark dAgostino, VP of Global Standards Hosted by
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 2 EPC & GSMP Integration: Key Transformational Changes (From OE 3A) Locate all Governance within Management Board (MB) and evolve composition and function of MB as well as other leadership bodies Create an integrated and effective process for the development of GS1 standards, solutions and services whilst ensuring the integrity and customer relevance of all development activity Focus on a single cross-organizational process (from handoffs to collaboration) Clarity around prioritization and development of a single priority list Business vs. Technology driven Focus on a comprehensive delivery standards AND supportive materials
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 3 Integration Project Teams Project Sponsors: Sally Herbert (System Development) Chris Adcock (Industry Engagement) Project Leader: Mark dAgostino GroupUsersMOs 1.Governance Sally Herbert Mark dAgostino Target, Kraft, Coca-ColaGS1 Australia, GS1 Canada, GS1 US 2. Process Ken Traub Klaus Foerderer General Mills, Inc., High Tech Aid, Ken Traub Consulting LLC, Kraft Foods, Inc., METRO Group, SAP AG GS1 Australia, GS1 Austria, GS1 Germany, GS1 Netherlands, GS1 UK, GS1 US 3. Architecture Bernie Hogan Ken Traub Consulting LLC, Procter & Gamble Co., SA2 Worldsync GmbH GS1 Canada, GS1 Spain, GS1 UK, GS1 US, GS1 US 4. IP Randi Katz Monica Walsh Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Impinj, IncGS1 US 5. Industry Engagement Ian Robertson Elizabeth Board GS1 US, GS1 UK 6. Publications David Buckley Audrey Kramer Nestle, SA2 Worldsync GmbHGS1 Canada, GS1 UK 7. Conformance Nick Fergusson Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.GS1 Australia, GS1 Canada, GS1 Germany, GS1 UK, GS1 US, GS1 US
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 4 Why Restructure the GSMP? More efficient and effective standards development Able to meet sector/industry requirements across all of GS1 Integrated approach to GS1 System architecture Integrates distinct organisations to better serve our customers Retains necessary focus on each of our standards, services and solutions
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 5 What does the new GSMP look like? Working Groups Governance Groups
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 6 Governance Groups Board Committee for Standards (BCS) GS1 Management Board Central Operations Process Oversight Committee Architecture Group Technical Steering Committee What does the new GSMP look like?
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 7 Working Groups What does the new GSMP look like? Mission-Specific Working Groups (MSWG)Standards Maintenance Groups (SMG) GDSN eCom GPC Data Accuracy Traceability BarCodes & ID EPCglobal Combined Development Group (CDG) Requirements Development Group (RDG) Standards Development Group (SDG) Guideline Development Group (GDG)
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 8 New GSMP 4-Step Process 3 Standards Development 4 Deployment 2 Requirements Gathering Statement of Business Need 1
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 9 Work Requests (WR) Entry point into the GSMP process Simple WRs directly routed to SMGs Complex / Project WRs routed to Industry Engagement (IE) for review – then to Work Groups Central Operations Central Operations WR Standards Maintenance Groups Work Groups Complex / Project Simple Industry Engagement
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 10 Statement of Business Need Charter Work Request(s) Resource Needs SMG/WG Assignments WG Chairs (if new) Expected Timeline Statement of Business Need (SBN) Complex WO Industry Engagement Central Operations & POC Central Operations & POC WR Replaces the PDD Replaces the BCD Charter and SBN
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 11 Intellectual Property (IP): Why do we need it? Many patents exist and are being filed today in areas relevant to requirements, process, and specifications Companies could hold patents on aspects of the process that later deter implementation It is GS1s role to protect the GS1 community and its investment in development and implementation to the best of its ability
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 12 Intellectual Property (IP): How do we address it within GS1? Develop and administer an IP Policy (must opt in) Allow for sharing of work-in-progress only with companies that have opted in to specific SMG/WG (including GS1 MOs) Allow only those that have signed the IP and Opt-In Agreements to participate in GS1 SMG/WG
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 13 Requirements Gathering Analyze requirements across all standards types Business Requirements Analysis Document (BRAD) is developed Public Review Public Review: Community SMG Architecture Public Review: Community SMG Architecture Complex WO Analyze Requirements BRAD
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 14 SMG or Work Group develops the Standard Public Review Standards Development Draft Standards Draft Standards Development Prototype or Pilot (optional) Prototype or Pilot (optional) Public Review Community SMG Architecture Public Review Community SMG Architecture
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 15 Deployment Additional Collateral Webinars / Training / Newsletters / Bulletins Conformance and Certification Impact Analysis Community Vote via eBallot Ratification by Management Board (via BCS) and POC Confirm Additional Collateral eBallot Ratification BCS POC BCS POC Implementation Plan and Impact Analysis Implementation Plan and Impact Analysis Standards Collateral Material
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 16 Knowledge Center All GS1 Standards (including EPCglobal) are logically organized… …supports easy navigation through all approved product documentation. All GS1 Standards (including EPCglobal) are logically organized… …supports easy navigation through all approved product documentation. EPCglobal
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 17 Final Manual Approval Final Design Review Initial Design Review Timeline Aug 30 Sep 15 Oct 7 Oct 22 Nov 7 Nov 30 BCS IPLT Public Review Final Manual Development Preliminary Manual Development BCS Review BCS Review Final Comment Resolution BCS Review
Moving forward together, to better serve your business ©2009 GS1 18 So…How To Get The Most From The Week… Pre-read! Find YOUR key topics Engage in those groups Learn Meet new colleagues HAVE FUN!
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