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Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
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Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
Quarter review 3 i gcdp (health)
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  • 1. February – April 2014
  • 2. Main Focus Areas • Member development • Efficient project planning • Implementation of IGCDP culture among new members
  • 3. Key projects in Q3 February • Project realisation • Closing ceremony of all projects • Launch IGCDP team leader opportunities • Raising of NPS score • Application for March projects’ team leaders • Planning of Animal Protection and AIDS projects March • Animal Protection Project realisation • Recruitment and successful integration of new members • Selection of iGCDP TLs • Planning of project and education cycle • Bonding with team leaders • Matching April • Closing of Animal Protection project • MagicX meeting • Delivery of education cycle • Conference planning and delivery • Matching • NGO partners
  • 4. Results and Achievements 1. Selection of 5 OCPs, project concept notes ready and all projects cleared the national assessment 2. Successful March realisation 3. Successful in raising NPS score 4. Successful integration of new members through Induction and Conference 5. Delivery of education cycle to all members 6. Recruitment of Induction and Opening ceremony team
  • 5. Bottlenecks 1. Changing of project timeline due to availability of supply of interns 2. Not enough attendees to training 3. Crisis manager dismissed 4. Matching hugely late 5. Failure of RnR 6. Loss of the MagicX culture among new members 7. University assessment period is in April, thus work is being delayed 8. Members feeling devalued due to lack of new opportunities being seized by them
  • 6. Key learning from Q3 1. Selection of few but dynamic team leaders is more efficient to manage along with get work done 2. Over preparation is needed (i.e project issues must already been given and TLs apply for them) 3. Trust in team leaders to get work done 4. A team of old and new members more efficient 5. Members like to be spoonfed sometimes 6. Fun makes work more interesting and easier to make members work for them
  • 7. Q4 focus 1. Planning and implementation of Induction and Opening ceremony of all June projects 2. Matching completion 3. Re-integration of MagicX culture in the department 4. Project realisation 5. New education cycle 6. New VPs transition
  • 8. Q4 Plan of draft May Matching completion NGOs confirmed Planning of Induction and Opening ceremony Introduction of new education cycle Conference planning June Project realisation Delivery of Induction and Opening ceremony MagicX culture Conference New VPs transition Delivery of education cycle

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