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Report
www.wisewine.co.za
21 January 2015
Context
Labour
Stakeholder groups and needs
The following stakeholder groups and
needs were discussed:
Civil Society
Key objectives
Business
Government
To develop a strategic framework that is adaptable, robust,
globally competitive and profitable.
Setting aspirational targets that will bring coherence to
industry initiatives.
Methodology
Literature review
& survey
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Workshop
Work stream actions
Implementation Plan
Timeline
January – September
2015
November – December
2014
June – October
2014
May 2014
Work streams
Identify key
enablers
Baseline &
Literature
review
Actions:
• Questionnaires
• Priority matrix
• Key enablers
• Vision 2020,
Business
and themes
WIP 1&2, FISC,
• Future state
NDP, etc.
• Sign-off
Phase 1: Develop
report and
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identify stakeholder needs
Actions:
• Workshops –
task team and
work streams
• Identify
challenges
and
opportunities
in current
state
• Workshop “to
be”
• Input from
subject matter
experts
• Identify
projects to
develop ToRs
Develop ToRs
and appoint
implementation
agents
Actions:
• Develop ToRs
• Appoint
service
providers/
implementatio
n agents
Government
Civil Society
Phase 2: Work streams and project
identification
Monitor project
implementation
phase
Actions:
• Consultation
• Monitor
project roll-out
• Timeous
feedback to
task team
• Project
management
Final Sign-off in form of
Social Compact
Phase 3: Project
implementation and
monitoring
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The WISE Work Streams
As was mentioned above, six work streams have been identified to guide this project. These work streams are also the strategic objectives
of the Wine Industry Strategy Plan, which is the main strategic driver of change in the South African Wine Industry. The WISE work streams
are elaborated upon below.
Core focus
Core focus
Economic development and
growth, while broadening the
participation of Historically
Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI’s).
Ensuring that all role-players,
including HDI’s, are socially and
organisationally capacitated to
make a constructive contribution
to the industry and South Africa as
a whole.
Business
Promote human capacity
development, establish positive
workplace image, address backlogs
in the supply of skilled workers.
Promote “Brand South Africa”,
provide market development,
promotion and business
development services, promote
socially responsible alcohol
consumption, establish linkages
between the wine industry and
tourism.
Provide trusted and accurate
market information to support
product quality and integrity and
to assist strategic leadership in
industry level decision-making.
Government
Create
a technology innovation
Business
model
for
Civil Society the wine industry and
facilitate market directed and
socially and environmentally
responsible technology
development and transfer
systems.
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Project selection
Ideal
future
state
6 WORK STREAMS
Industry
realities
Discussio
ns
Economic empowerment and
development (stimulate growth)
Market development and promotion
(work more collectively)
10 Projects
Social development and upliftment
(improve livelihoods)
Knowledge and information
development (more business
orientated)
HR development and training (be
more open, look more global)
Technology innovation and transfer
(increase efficiency)
Projects
1
Transformation plan from industry to government
2
Brand SA local marketing strategy (incl. educating consumers)
3
Wine Tourism Baseline Study and Strategy Development
4
Single SA Wine Industry Portal and search engine
5
Data analysis, market & consumer research – Ongoing, only outsource
certain reports for next year / two, but industry needs to work together
6
Price point analysis of supply chain packaged & bulk wine
7
Wine Social Compact and local forums
8
L&D Implementation plan
9
Technology & innovation strategy for wine value chain
10
Non-tariff barrier analysis
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