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  • © NET-CHALLENGE And not always everything has been previously agreed
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  • The final evaluation report includes different reports. © NET-CHALLENGE
  • Here we mention the partner evaluation as the evaluation towards the partners, not towards the VO as before. © NET-CHALLENGE

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  • 1. NET-CHALLENGE TRAINING MATERIAL Dissolving a Virtual Organisation Place, 01 JUN 2009 NAME OF PRESENTER Position
  • 2. Agenda
    • Motivation for a Proper VO Dissolve Phase
    • Virtual Organisation Dissolve Phase
    • Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process
      • ETO
      • CTO
      • Dissolution Agreement
      • Review Product
      • Pending Tasks
      • Create New Support Virtual Organisation
      • Financial Statement
      • Evaluation
      • Information Share
  • 3. Dissolution (Not this kind of Dissolution)
  • 4. Motivation for a Proper VO Dissolve Phase
    • Virtual Organisation (VO) Dissolve phase is usually overlooked
    • Significance of the VO Dissolve phase:
      • Retrieves information and stores the lessons learned
      • Transfers knowledge for future VOs
      • Defines and assigns liabilities from previous agreements
      • Gurantees further product support
  • 5. Motivation for a Proper VO Dissolve Phase (cont.)
    • A proper Good VO Dissolve phase management has positive consequences
      • For future VO formation
      • For future VO performance
      • Even for BC resource management
    Knowledge For future actions Members’ profiles Identifying possible issues
  • 6. Motivation for a Proper VO Dissolve Phase (cont.)
    • Why the VO Dissolve phase is usually overlooked?
      • Main dissolution cause: Goals fulfilment
      • Most of the dissolution actions are already agreed
    But…
    • Not always the dissolution arrives with the goals fulfilment
    • Not every organization finishes successfully
  • 7. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Phase
  • 8. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Phase (cont.)
    • Premature Dissolution of the VO (no goal fulfilment)
    • Order cancellation by the customer
    • Financial problems with in partners members
    • Lack of technical capabilities
    • Poor performance on VO’s activities
    • Human Resources related issues
    • Partners’ Member’s internal changes (on management, strategy, ownership, etc.)
    • Market changes
    • Other issues
  • 9. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Phase (cont.)
    • Previous actions for the dissolution of the VO:
    • Dissolution Agreement (from Form VO phase)
    • Dissolution cause identification (from Operate VO phase )
    • Performance evaluation (from the VO lifecycle)
    • Broker  Liquidator
      • The Liquidator is the member in charge of verifying that the dissolution steps are correctly performed
  • 10. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Engineer to Order Engineer to Order (ETO)
  • 11. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Customise to Order Customise to Order (CTO)
  • 12. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Dissolution Agreement
    • Execute partners’ agreement for Dissolution Agreement
    • Define Intellectual Property Rights (IPR):
      • Final Product
      • Concept design
      • Architectural design
      • Detailed design
  • 13. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Dissolution Agreement (cont.)
    • Execute partners’ agreement for Dissolution Agreement (cont.)
    • Confidentiality rights
    • Intellectual Property (IP) transfer (in case a partner disappears)
    • IP assignment
    • Exploitation areas
    • Patents
  • 14. Virtual Organisation Dissolve (Customise to Order) Process > Review Product
    • CTO approach
    • Customisations over product
      • BOMs
      • Routing
    • Should add to the standard platform?
      • Market Research
      • Demand Observation
      • Feasibility
  • 15. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Pending Tasks
    • Identify and Execute Pending Tasks
    • Some pending tasks can be present during the dissolution of the VO
      • Commitments towards suppliers
      • Pending documentation
      • Etc.
    • An example of task prioritization:
  • 16. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Create New Support Virtual Organisation
    • Create new Support VO Organization
    • Is it needed?
      • No if support is done during operation.
    • Why an additional organiszation?
      • Simplier structure and less activities than VO
        • No development
        • No design
        • ...
      • Only one organisation company towards the customer
        • Instead of forcing the customer to contacting specific organisations companies depending on the support type or component requested
  • 17. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Create New Support Virtual Organisation (cont.)
    • Not every partner member has to provide support
    • Liabilities definition for every partner member participating in the support VO:
      • Warranty over each component
      • Warranty over final product
      • Customer and after-sales support
  • 18. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Create New Support Virtual Organisation (cont.)
    • One organisation company is assigned as the support organisation company towards the customer
    Support VO Customer Contact Organisation Support Company Support Company Support Company Support Company Requests Support Assigns Provides Support
  • 19. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Financial Statement
    • Financial Statement
    • Overall balance
      • Benefits
      • Revenues
      • Expenses
      • Assets
      • Liabilities
    • Agreement among partners
    • Close Financial accounting close
  • 20.
    • Evaluate VO Evaluation
    • VO Evaluations supports future processes
    Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Evaluate Virtual Organisation Form VO phase Knowledge Base (profiles, performance, etc.) Dissolve VO Dissolve VO Dissolve VO Qualify process Operation VO phase …
  • 21. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Evaluate Virtual Organisation (cont.)
    • VO Evaluation Report
    • All previous evaluations from monitoring during VO lifecycle
      • KPIs values measures
      • KPI Targets
      • Corrective Actions/initiatives
    • Dissolution Time
    • Dissolution cause
    • VO final balance
  • 22. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Evaluate Virtual Organisation (cont.)
    • VO Evaluation Report (cont.)
    • Final liabilities report
    • Each partner evaluation towards the VO
  • 23. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Define Information to Share
    • Define Information to Share
    • What can be shared
    • What level of detail
      • Financial benefits brought by the VO cooperation;
      • Geographical expansion, introduction to new customers or other benefits brought by the VO;
      • Drawbacks due to networking activities;:
      • Capacity reduction for own sales due to capacity booked for VO partners;
      • Resources concentration on networking activities;
      • Negative VO financial results.
  • 24. Virtual Organisation Dissolve Process > Define Information to Share (cont.)
    • Partner evaluation:
      • Comply with VO rules and procedures;
      • Comply with agreed quality standards;
      • Comply with deadlines;
      • Response effectiveness;
      • Main contact's listening skills;
      • Main contact's discussing skills;
      • Main contact's attitude towards cooperation;
      • Amount of knowledge shared (readiness to share knowledge);
      • Clear communication of organisation’s company's wishes and expectations from the VO.