AIESEC UNSW National Awards 2010 Wiki - Developing LC of the Year

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  • 1. AIESEC UNSW AIESEC Australia National Awards Wiki 2010, Developing LC of the Year - AIESEC in University of New South Wales
  • 2. MESSAGE FROM THE 2010 TEAM This year has been exciting for AIESEC UNSW, not only due to our growth in exchange experiences offered to the AIESEC network through UNSW but also because the team at UNSW have achieved most of our goals within the first 6 months of 2010. We would like to thank my team, our members, partners and supporters of AIESEC UNSW in 2009/2010 for making this possible. Special Thanks to: Australian School of Business: Associate Dean Dr Mark Uncles, Dr Jennifer Harris, Sue Bennett-Williams Centre for Social Impact: Cheryl Kernot, Anne Measday, Mei-Ling Ho Google Australia: Will Blott, Isa Nortermans ARC: Katie Transwell Auditor: Maria Balatbat UNSW: Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Joan Cooper, Anna Martin, Dawn White, Lyndall Partington
  • 3. OVERVIEW OF MEASURES OF SUCCESS Leadership Members 09/10 08/09 Growth Exchange X+L 70 30 Exchanges 26 7 371% 53 23 Leadership 9 7 129% 35 15 Exchange + 2 2 0% 18 Leadership 8 Members 39 60 -65% 0 0 07/08 08/09 09/10 07/08 08/09 09/10 Exchange 1.5 8.6 573% Efficiency
  • 4. DELIVERING EXCHANGE EXPERIENCES Exchange Realisations 2009/2010 2008/2009 09/10 08/09 Growth 30 Q3 0 1 -100% 23 Q4 14 4 350% 15 Q1 6 1 600% Q2 7 1 700% 8 Total 26 7 371% 0 Exchanges
  • 5. INCOMING EXCHANGES 2009/2010
  • 6. ICX EXCHANGE RESULTS Incoming Exchange Realisations 2009/2010 2008/2009 09/10 08/09 Growth 6 Q3 0 0 0% 5 Q4 0 0 0% 3 Q1 1 1 0% Q2 5 0 500% 2 Total 6 1 600% 0 ICX Exchanges
  • 7. ICX GROWTH In 2009/2010, AIESEC UNSW experienced growth of 600%. 2 new partnerships with Google Australia and the Centre for Social Impact account for this growth. Both these accounts will be continued to be serviced and there will be continual re-raises. Key to our success was strategic networking. Networking events account for a majority of our leads, and we sought out events that were (a) tailored for companies wanting graduate talent and (b) industry specific, one such industry was the IT sector. CISCO Australia was one much possible TN taker. We also approached companies with similar values to AIESEC, and were seeking for talent in the not-for-profit sector. This lead us to the Centre for Social Impact.
  • 8. PARTNERSHIPS IN 2009/2010 • Centre for Social Impact (CSI) - Research and Teaching Institute on Corporate Social Responsibility based in the Australian School of Business, UNSW. • 1 DT was raised in 2009, realised in 2010. Persons responsible: Alpha Cheng (LCP 2009), Htet Yan (ICX 2009) • Google Australia - Internet search, Advertising and Public Cloud Computing company. • 7 TTs were raised in 2010, realised in 2010. Persons responsible: Varun Chhabra (ICX 2009/VP FN 2010), Martin Liang (VP ICX 2010)
  • 9. OUTGOING EXCHANGES 2009/2010
  • 10. OGX EXCHANGE RESULTS Outgoing Exchange Realisations 2009/2010 2008/2009 09/10 08/09 Growth 20 Q3 0 1 -100% 15 Q4 14 4 350% 10 Q1 5 0 500% Q2 2 1 100% 5 Total 20 6 333% 0 OGX Exchanges
  • 11. OGX GROWTH IN 2009/2010 Changes in 09/10 from 08/09 that contributed to 333% growth in OGX results: • LC - LC Partnerships: 8 products - offering pre-matched exchanges, based on themes and projects in China, India, Brazil, Togo, Cote D’Ivoire, Poland • Faculty Partnerships: setting up university partnerships, and using faculty contact to • promote relevant exchange opportunities. • Wider campus presence: participation in Careers Expos and Volunteer Expos Left from Right: AIESECers at the UNSW Volunteers Expo, David Reid (EP + OGX member), Nina Li (EP + ICX member)
  • 12. LEADERSHIP 2009/2010 X+L, LEADERSHIPS POSITIONS
  • 13. EXCHANGE + LEADERSHIP 2009/2010 09/10 08/09 X+L 2 2 • In 2009/2010, two AIESECers in UNSW experienced leadership and exchange! 1. Tony Ho, RTF leader 2009, exchange to China 2. Katie Zhang, VP Marketing & Communications, exchange to China
  • 14. DEVELOPING LEADERS Position # In 2010, one (1) extra executive leadership position was created for 2010, this was the addition of another OGX portfolio. Two (2) leadership positions were created in EB 7 the first two quarters of 2010. Three (3) former members went on to take leadership positions outside of the LC. RTF 1 Leadership Positions External to the EB: OCP 1 Events OCP - Nimita Patel Total 9 RTF Leader - Christania Tanuwidjaya
  • 15. DEVELOPING LEADERS UNSW Members taking leaderships roles out of of the LC: 2010/2011 MC VP Finance - James Vincent (LCP 2009) 2010 NSW State Manager - Haresh Nair (EB 2009) 2010 July National OCP - Kai Foo (EB 2009)
  • 16. MEMBERSHIP 2009/2010
  • 17. MEMBERSHIP • The MyAIESEC.net figure of 62, for the 2010 calender incorporates EPs and members of the July National Conference OC that are registered under UNSW on .net Averages of Calendar Years • 38 Represents the Actual figure for AIESEC UNSW membership 09/10 08/09 2008 2009 2010 myaiesec Members 39 60 82 44 62 .net Actual 80 40 38 Note: as the university year works in calendar years, membership is measured in calendar years.
  • 18. MEMBER EXCHANGE EFFICIENCY 09/10 08/09 Exchanges 26 6 Members 39 60 Exchange Efficiency 1.5 8.6 • In 2009/2010, our exchange efficiency ratio is 1: 1.5 • AIESEC UNSW strives to achieve 1:1 exchange efficiency by the end of the calendar year.
  • 19. COMMITTEE QUALITY INDEX
  • 20. MOS STAR QUALITY RATING 09/10 08/09 Growth • The strengths of LC quality lie in Professional Development 72.92% 56.3% 16.62% in the quality of Personal Develop and our focus on Personal 81.3% 62.5% 18.8% Development Societal Impact. Societal Impact 87.5% 75% 12.5% • We need to work on increasing International the quality of our International Experience 62.5% NA - Experience and connection to Global the Global Network. Network 65.3% 56.3% 9% Overall MoS 72.9% 62.5% 10.4% Rating
  • 21. TOWARDS 2010/2011
  • 22. SUSTAINABILITY OF ICX GROWTH Sustainability - Centre for Social Google Aus Centre For Impact: CSI have also agreed to re- Social Impact raise with AIESEC UNSW in August/ Matched 2 0 October 2010 for their December Re-Raise 2010/2011 Yes Yes Internship Intake. Pipelined Raises 2 1 Sustainability - Google Australia: Total looking to continue to partner with Realisations in 9 2 2010 AIESEC UNSW in facilitating their Internship Program in the coming years. This will be a re-occurring Pipeline for Google: There are 2 more TTs to be partnership for AIESEC UNSW. raised in the next coming month. This makes a total of 9 realisations in the 2010 calender year.
  • 23. STRENGTHENING OUR CUSTOMERS RELATIONS Our goals Our Actions and Results Monthly eNewsletters of our Progress Partner satisfaction feedback forms and reports Maintaining our Partnerships Delivering high quality interns from the network EP Conference Ensuring EP satisfaction Pre and post- Exchange Briefs Group Intern Therapy - Sharing of experiences Monthly eNewsletters Reporting to our stakeholders Bi-Annual Reports Annual Reports
  • 24. SUSTAINING OGX GROWTH IN 2010/2011 OGX Structural Changes: • 2 OGX teams, providing different focuses to suit our student market • 1/4 members are directly involved in OGX processes • Marketing & Communications team directly supporting OGX activities (see next slide)
  • 25. SUPPORTING OGX GROWTH Our goals Our Actions and Results 500+ fans on Facebook 100+ applications during membership Building up AIESEC UNSW’s recruitment Web 2.0 Presence 600+ emails on mailing list for 2010 130+ expressions of Interests of Summer Exchanges School of Education Establishing Key Faculty Partnerships School of Social Science & International Studies Australian School of Business Gaining Faculty Sponsorships Australian School of Business - $1000
  • 26. OUR PROGRESS IN 2010 2010 Goals Actuals Key Achievements in 2010 Exchanges 38 11 7 Raises with Google Australia Leadership 10 2 $11,920 in ICX Revenue Exchange + 2 1 Leadership $1000 in LC Sponsorship Members 40 39 Exchange Raised $2500 in Initiate & Conference 1 1.5 Sponsorship Efficiency