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GSMP MO Franchise Meeting March 13, 2007
©2005 GS1 2 The Global Collaborative Forum Agenda Survey Results Mark DAgostino Membership # of User Survey Respondents Key Findings Introduction of New eRoomEileen Hardcastle Panel at GSMP BudapestMelanie Kudela Timeline Melanie Kudela Pilot QuestionsMelanie Kudela Comments? What are Liaisons/Users saying? MOs
©2005 GS1 3 The Global Collaborative Forum Survey Results - Membership Totals Note: Canada is addressing a privacy issue Brazil has been participating but is facing a current resource issue
©2005 GS1 4 The Global Collaborative Forum Franchise Membership: Fresh Faces in the GSMP Community… Almacenes Éxito Coles Group Ltd Foodstuffs South Island Limited Alpina Colgate Palmolive Ltd GfD Gesellschaft für eitung mbH Aperiogroup (NZ) Ltd Flexipac Division Colsubsidio Glaxo Smith Kline B&C Products B.V. Compañía de Galletas Noel Henkel KGaA BASF AG Crystal Vestimundo Image Net Bavaria DA Retailgroep B.V. Industria de Alimentos Zenu Bunnings Group Limited Datalogic BV Interpharm B.V. Cafam Deutsche Woolworth GmbH & Co. OHG John Restrepo y CIA Calcetines Crystal DHL Logistics GmbH KARSTADT Warenhaus GmbH Carter Holt Douglas I&S GmbH Kimberly Klark Corporation Markant Handels und Service GmbH Metcash Trading Limited Mitre 10 Nestlé Deutschland AG Progressive Enterprises Ltd Rapid Labels
©2005 GS1 5 The Global Collaborative Forum Survey Results Totals
©2005 GS1 6 The Global Collaborative Forum Survey Results – Key Findings Questions with more than 80% consensus: Item Futurization Q: Do all product versions remain valid if not re- communicated explicitly? 87% vote yes GDSN Voters: 58% Colombia; 30% Germany; 9% New Zealand; 3% Australia BarCodes Identification 2 Qs: Fresh Foods vs. Frozen – is new GTIN needed? 97% and 91% vote yes BarCodes Voters: 56% Colombia; 18% Germany; 15% New Zealand; 9% Australia One response very close: New GTIN if changes to carton size but not to # of uses? 42% to 58% vote No Rest of the questions had roughly: 2/3 to 1/3 vote Turnout for questions: on new Healthcare industry: 22 and 27 voters responding with order to pay implementation plans: 43 and 25 voters
©2005 GS1 7 The Global Collaborative Forum Feedback On The Common Global Agenda For the Users: Was this consumable for the audience? Did they find this information valuable? Will they be able to follow this moving forward? Will this effect their work, behavior and especially as it relates to implementation of the standards? For the MOs: Was this easily conveyed? Was it helpful for your MO to have the One Stop Change Shop?
©2005 GS1 8 The Global Collaborative Forum Introduction of New eRoom The hidden folder in the Public Review is replaced with an eRoom for MO Franchise at http://eroom.uc-council.org/eRoom/facility/GSMPFranchisePilotMember In addition to the usual eRoom layout, there are: Membership lists – by MO Launch Kit – located in Orientation Folder Survey Results Spreadsheets – located in Pilot Survey Results Folder MO Folders – for use by individual MOs
©2005 GS1 9 The Global Collaborative Forum GSMP Budapest MOF Panel A Panel on MOF Franchise and Pilot is scheduled during the GSMP event in Budapest The purpose: Communicate the MO Franchise Pilot to the non- participating GSMP community Report on the progress of the pilot Hold a discussion between pilot participants We are now: Requesting panel participants from the MO Franchise – please join! Looking for MO company endorsements to put into the report to be delivered at the GSMP – we need your help!
©2005 GS1 10 The Global Collaborative Forum Timeline EventDateStatus Change Request (CR) Feedback availableFeb. 23Done 1 st Global Agenda Meeting with MO Liaison and GS1 Staff By March 2Done CR Feedback Survey ClosedMarch 8Done Results tallied upBy March 13Done BRG/ WG Discussion (CR Feedback Results)By March 23 2 nd Global Agenda Meeting with MO Liaison and GS1 Staff By March 29 CR Feedback Survey ClosedBy April 10 Results tallied upBy April 13 BRG/ WG Discussion (CR Feedback Results)By April 30 Pilot ReportApril 18
©2005 GS1 11 The Global Collaborative Forum Pilot Questions from the MOs 1. What if there are two members participating from one company in the local Franchise. Does only one complete the application form? Answer: The philosophy of the franchise is: "One person, One vote". We hope that companies will have multiple franchise members because these people have different business expertise. Examples might be packaging engineers vs. EDI experts vs. inventory managers, etc. Any effort to restrict this will run into difficulties in managing the program. This is why (as you see in the slide on voting) that we keep Franchise voting separate from Core voting. The Franchise voting is "feedback" on the decision, more so than carrying the same influence as the due process vote taken in a formal core GSMP work group or BRG. Core voting is policed, while Franchise voting is not (because we can't).
©2005 GS1 12 The Global Collaborative Forum Pilot Questions, cont. 2. What if a company has an overseas branch or multiple offices. Does the local person still apply and how many votes will be carried by this company (two ?, multiple?)? Answer: This is largely answered by the first answer. Probably one of the weaknesses of the GSMP history of "one COMPANY, one VOTE", is that in reality, very few companies are really a global monolith. Most are more like a loose affiliation of different business entities with different needs. Thus, we HOPE that we will have a true diversity of geographic input, and this can come in some cases from the same company. Now, we may put in a safe guard moving forward which will check to see if there's been a "block" vote by any one particular global company. To do this, however, we need the central membership bank which is in the plan.
©2005 GS1 13 The Global Collaborative Forum Pilot Questions, cont. 3. When GO assigns login details, will the local Franchise MO be told who the people are, so we can confirm participants? Answer: Yes, we will provide all information on membership to the MO's. We are working on how this may be facilitated from a system perspective. Membership lists are now located in the eRoom. 4. The Group has requested forward plans for meetings so that we can lock dates in. When can these be available? Answer: We currently have 3 GA meetings scheduled through May. Once the Pilot is complete, and a decision is made to move MO Franchise into production, meetings will be scheduled monthly.
©2005 GS1 14 The Global Collaborative Forum Any Pilot Comments from MOs? We are looking for any input, such as: Are Tools easy to use? Helpful? Is the Launch Kit useful? What are user/ company members saying? What should we keep? What should we change? Any suggestions for the 2 nd GA?
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