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Monthly review november operations

  1. 1. Operations Monthly Report – November 2013 Content: oGIP, oGCDP, iGIP, iGCDP, TM, Operations & IM
  2. 2. oGIP Monthly Report November 2013
  3. 3. oGIP – General Direction 1.  Working on specific segments - Global Talents subproduct implementation 2. Growth networks – working closely with some LCs 3. oGIP culture among membership in our entity ( personel fulfillment, better understanding of area, value proposition for members) 4. Off peaks in segments – supply & demand management 5. International Relations support MC MoS realzation 7. Selling culture in oGIP area 8. Capitalizing on SU
  4. 4. Monthly Priorities Achievement Conference  with  EPs  with  EY   Kasia   NST   Done   WinCo  prepara8on     Both   MC   Done   NST  Tracking     JD   NST   Done  
  5. 5. November – Results Overall #   9   10   15   11   3   48   RA   Plan   44   109%   #   5   8   7   4   6   OGX   MA   30   Plan   49   61%   #   8   8   6   3   5   30   RE   Plan   29   103%  
  6. 6. Network Analysis – RA 7   6   5   4   3   2013   2013   2   1   0  
  7. 7. Network Analysis – MA 6   5   4   3   2013   2   1   0   2012  
  8. 8. Network Analysis – RE 7   6   5   4   3   2013   2012   2   1   0  
  9. 9. Overall Factors POSITVE: ü The best NST in whole world ü I always will repeat that „planning process” ü Co-delivery (not with every country) ü Application for MCP NEGATIVE: ü Communication with some countries ü Communicaton with LCVPs/OCPs ü Application for MCP
  10. 10. oGIP in November 2013 Key Achievements: •  EP Conference •  First results of codelivery (India, China, Russia) •  Natalia – GIP Summit (check point of partnerships) Key Non-Achievements •  Czech Republic cooperation with Nonstop recruitment •  Matching too slow
  11. 11. oGIP in December 2013 Key strategies for next month: •  RAISING! Final sprint •  MATCHING, MATCHING, MATCHING mainly based on co-delivery Key challenges for next month: •  Christmas •  Communication with LCs
  12. 12. oGCDP Monthly Report November 2013
  13. 13. Program MoS Achievement November November November % OGX GCDP - Plan Realization Realization Ra 10 12 120% Ma 5 8 160% Re 15 13 87%
  14. 14. Program MoS Growth 12.13 – 13.14 2012-2013 2013-2014 % Growth   RA MA RE   RA MA RE NOV   3   7   8   NOV   12   8   13   Currently available forms: 104 Currently matched forms: 23   RA MA NOV   300%   14%   RE 63%  
  15. 15. Key progress this month Holidays! J TM – OGX synergies in WIX LC Planning feedbacks Follow-up LC coaching NST tracking GC leaders engaged in task forces Actions for off peak promo „recovery” GCDP Innovation Fund approved :D!
  16. 16. Expected outcome next month Follow-up on GCDP Innovation Project WinCo delivery! First results of GC leaders task forces Results on GC off peak promo Have NST & LC’s for GCDP Innovation Project MC Christmas Spirit!
  17. 17. Key challenges to overcome Holidays in LC’s = no operations Bottleneck in marketing promo Limited time for office work
  18. 18. iGIP Monthly Report November 2013
  19. 19. iGIP – General Direction •  iGIP in Poland is delivering one coherent and market relevant Global Talents product basing on national sub products and local segments. Our internal processes optimization and know-how implementation together with external outlook makes us reliable business partner for companies in different segments across Poland.
  20. 20. Monthly Priorities Achievement •  Sales Region tracking •  GT NST cooperation for improvement of IR and Brand Support •  @ University working group (product standarization and improvement •  Poland Going Global initiative tracking!
  21. 21. November – Results Overall iGIP  November   60   26   18   17   16   2013   2012   13   2013   2012   RE   MA   2013   2012   RA  
  22. 22. November – Results in IT IT   10   6   2   0   0   2013   2012   RE   0   2013   2012   MA   2013   2012   RA  
  23. 23. Network Analysis – RA November   16   8   6   0   5   0   9   8   7   6   4   0   0   0   0   0   1   1   0   0   0   2013   0   2012   0   3   0   5   0   0   1   4   0   0   0   0   0   2  
  24. 24. Network Analysis – MA November     4   3   3   3   2   3   2   1   1   2   0   0   0   0   2   0   0   0   0   2013   2   0   0   2012   2   0   1   0   0   0   0   0   1   0   0   0   1   0  
  25. 25. Network Analysis – RE November     7   6   4   3   0   0   1   3   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   0   2013   2   1   0   0   2012   0   0   0   0   0   1   0   0   1   0   0   1   1   0  
  26. 26. Overall Factors (positive or negative factors that influenced the performance) •  More and more raises in IT! (more coming in December!) •  Still poor performance in IT matching •  Lack of sales intensity – too long induction process •  Lack of usage of international cooperation •  AIESEC Uni Q1 Raises will be counted in December (done already)
  27. 27. iGIP in November 2013 •  •  •  •  Key Achievements: Sales Region tracking GT NST cooperation for improvement of IR and Brand Support @ University working group (product standarization and improvement Poland Going Global initiative tracking! Key Non-Achievements •  Media apperance •  International Cooperation follow up (personal issues of Katherin)
  28. 28. iGIP in December 2013 Key strategies for next month: •  Conferences delivery •  Sales final sprint •  AIESEC Uni promotion in network Key challenges for next month: •  There are a lot of different things going on the same time •  Two conferences •  Christmas
  29. 29. iGCDP Monthly Report November 2013
  30. 30. iGCDP – General Direction 1.  Na8onal  educa8onal  product  porRolio  refreshment   2.  NGO  coopera8on  enhancement   3.  Partnership  management  development   4.  Host  families  ini8a8ve  development   5.  Recep8on  WIKI  crea8on   6.  iGCDP  brand  enhancement   7.  Innova8on  fund    
  31. 31. Priori=es  in  November   Edu | Materialsls (frameworks, information materials, TN forms) for all topics of workshops are ready. Piloting LC’s are selling the new frameworks (OCP coordinated by NST). Website refreshment in progress. NGO | Functional meeting of OCP’s. Meeting with „Centrum Wolontariatu” and „Towarzystwo Edukacji Antydyskryminacyjnej” (both with good outcomes (inputs for product development). IR | NST members not working as much as they should. Challenges in communication. Conclusion: do not take internationals in such a team if possible.
  32. 32. Priori=es  in  November   Reception | Working Group meeting delivered. Launch of work on Reception WIKI and materials for Host & Buddy initiatives. Everything in progress. BM | Brand manager started his work however the JD was verified (some points were cut because it was too much). The focus is website creation for particular products and Reception Wiki. Fund | We got he innovation fund for 3000 euro. We already had one meeting with India where we coordinated. LCP’s informed about the initiative on GA.
  33. 33. October - Results Plan   Realiza=on   %   RA   130   344   264  %   MA   203   121   59  %   RE   90   33   36  %  
  34. 34. Network Analysis – RE AIESEC  KRAKOW         AIESEC  OLSZTYN         AIESEC  SZCZECIN         AIESEC  LODZ           AIESEC  WROCLAW  UT     AIESEC  RZESZOW         AIESEC  KATOWICE  AE       AIESEC  GDANSK  UG       AIESEC  TORUN  UMK       AIESEC  WARSAW  UNIVERSITIES AIESEC  KIELCE            13    7    6    5      5    4    3    1    1    1    1  
  35. 35. Network Analysis – RE AIESEC  KRAKOW        183   AIESEC  TORUN  UMK  48   AIESEC  RZESZOW        97   AIESEC  SZCZECIN    45   AIESEC  POZNAN      93   AIESEC  WROCLAW  UT  38     AIESEC  WARSAW  UNIVERSITIES  84   AIESEC  LUBLIN  UMCS  37   AIESEC  WROCLAW  UE      71   AIESEC  GDANSK  UG    31   AIESEC  KATOWICE  AE      55   AIESEC  OLSZTYN    29   AIESEC  WARSZAWA  SGH      55   AIESEC  NOWY  SACZ    12   AIESEC  LODZ          52   AIESEC  KIELCE      8   AIESEC  BIALYSTOK        49     AIESEC  KOSZALIN    1    
  36. 36. Network Analysis – RE Country   Result   India   1960   Brazil   1772   Russia   1195   China   1132   Poland   1020   Indonesia   883   Egypt   768   Colombia   664  
  37. 37. Overall Factors •  Two functional meetings (+) boost of work and fun time with WG members •  Planning process of LC’s (-) less time for work •  BM (+) I have a brand manager! :D •  NST International Relations (-) hard to track virtually, team leader not so much tracking team members, team members not so much responsive •  NGO (+) meetings with another two NGO’s and conference about education •  Leg in a cast (-)
  38. 38. Priori=es  for  next  month   Edu | Final product packaging and website creation. Creation of preparation materials for particular topics of workshops that are going to be done in Q2. NGO | Same as above. It’s gonna be one website. IR | Launch of some short term initiatives. Action plan for matching co-created with commission on WinCo.
  39. 39. Priori=es  for  next  month   Reception | Preparation of materials assigned on WG meeting. Reception WIKI draft creation. BM | Focus on website creation. Fund | Finding NST member for January.
  40. 40. TM Monthly Report November 2013
  41. 41. TM – General Direction Talent Management and Talent Capacity driving GIP and GCDP growth bringing impact to organization and members.
  42. 42. Monthly Priorities Achievement •  Product Packaging of TMP, •  Refreshment of career paths program and evolution towards members development program, •  Ongoing improvements in TMP and TLP audit system •  WinCo agendas design and preparations
  43. 43. TXP November 2013 Key Achievements: •  •  •  •  •  •  IT Education week co creation and delivery (with outputs for network) Product Packaging of TMP- creation of product description and sub-products with plan of implementation Career paths program refreshment based on Global Innovation Meeting and past conclusions WinCo conference- EB agenda cocreation, and leaders agenda creation and preparations TMP and TLP audit development and improvements LC plans feedback- Functional feedback to all present LCs and all coaching LCs, delivery of Talent Capacity sessions Key Non-Achievements •  Recruitment 2013 Report
  44. 44. November – Results in TLP  2012   2013   Growth       79       92       16%  
  45. 45. November – Results in TMP  2012   2013   Growth       496       909       83%  
  46. 46. Network Analysis – TMP RE 120   100   80   60   40   20   0  
  47. 47. Network Analysis – TLP RE 16   14   12   10   8   6   4   2   0  
  48. 48. Overall Factors for November Performance •  NST meetings- 3 strategic meetings and NST engagement- positive, •  LC plans feedback- positive •  MCP selection process creationnegative (timeline of agenda creation and in consequence preparations with MC and NST was postponed)
  49. 49. TXP in December 2013 •  •  •  •  Key strategies for next month: Members development program implementation (WinCo) Follow up of HR controlling with LCs (WinCo training for LCs) Talent Capacity mindset and knowledge delivery (driven through WinCo) Review of plan- timeline of Comm-TM corner for 2014 Key challenges for next month: •  Limited time due to double conference J •  MC selection process is starting (workload due to preparations of application and process itself
  50. 50. Operations Monthly Report November 2013
  51. 51. Monthly Priorities Achievement •  Poland Going Global release, launch and webnar; •  Operations and IM Poland Going Global management in terms of analysis; •  BCP Application for Husqvarna and AIESEC partnership; •  JD for MCVP OP in 14-15; •  Global Business Intelligence Meeting in Rotterdam; •  WinCo details with OCP;
  52. 52. Overall Factors (positive or negative factors that influenced the performance) •  Business Intelligence Summit consuming a week of our time out of office (negative); •  Challenges managing OP + IM sinergy in terms of the platform that I was not aware as final responsible (negative); •  Time management of MCVP responsible (positive); •  National Control Board structure and delivery (positive)
  53. 53. Operations in November 2013 Key Achievements: •  Husqvarna and AIESEC Partnership BCP recognition in connection with NCB Chair; •  Participation in the selection of new MCVP Communications; Key Non-Achievements •  Understanding and creating motion in connection with BoC for NCB criteria;
  54. 54. Operations in December 2013 Key strategies for next month: Key challenges for next month: •  Re-Planning and adding CLO and CLS as main goals; •  Re-Structure of NCB jobs •  Re-Planning; •  WinCo Management in the site;
  55. 55. IM Monthly Report November 2013
  56. 56. IM - General Month   Work   June Planning  AMS   July   Hard  Coding   August   Trainning  NST   September   Working  with  NST   October   Fixing  NST  Work   November Finishing  unfinished  tools  from  August   December Reports  creator  
  57. 57. Monthly Priorities Achievement •  Plan Tool refreshed; •  Audit Tool refreshed; •  Offline Tools creation to satisfy OD and TM needs;
  58. 58. AMS November Key Achievements: •  IT Education week participation; •  First audit results with TMP and TLP REs; •  3x Newsletters publisheds; Key Non-Achievements •  Online output tools working in real time;
  59. 59. Overall Factors for November •  No one interested in newsletters; •  Created better comunication channels with OD;
  60. 60. AMS December Key strategies for next month: •  Outputs and reports makers. Key challenges for next month: •  Traveling – 9 airport days •  Conference •  Testing tools quality

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