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  • 1. AIESEC in Delhi IIT Year 2012-13 Dhruv Gupta Local Committee President AIESEC in Delhi IIT
  • 2. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 3. AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision 2012Supplementing the Indian Education System
  • 4. AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision 2012 Creating tomorrow, today•Driving sustainable growth through efficiency in delivery ofall organizational programs•Pioneering the paradigm shift towards the new AIESECExperience
  • 5. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 6. SWOT Analysis Managerial Board Stability in Local Committee Finances Engagement of AM’s TN External Positioning and Communities Innovation Goal Setting Alumni Relations and Local Board of Performance Tracking CRM Advisors Fundraising Expansions Growth in Education Sector Outgoing Exchange August Recruitment NEP DT/ET Projects Accountability Feb Recruitment Fixed Assets Untapped Corporate Market AIESEC India Member Committee policies like MC ListVirtual Stakeholder Engagement College Examination Cycles Untapped colleges AIESEC Bad Branding done by other Government Relations @entities VISA Processes Company financial policies .
  • 7. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 8. Growth Drivers Exponential increment in Driving financialyouth engagement by Growth sustainability by means of in OGX and TMP structured exchange ratios Developing the GCDP ICX Increasing Member business model and drivingPerformance and Retention sustainable growth in the by O/S Evolution program.
  • 9. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 10. AIESEC India Development Blocks Expanding AIESEC Network in India Financial Sustainability driving growth Collaborations across sectors Top Brand & Information ManagementPriorities Legalization Programme Delivery Efficiency
  • 11. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 12. Key behavioral changes Capacity Building
  • 13. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 14. Master Exchange TrackersFor both ICX and OGX - To be filled by TN/EP managersthrough forms BENEFITS  Easy Tracking of Exchanges  Assignment of Buddies  Assignment of Accommodation  Information Management  Finance Planning & Management  Reintegration of EP’s
  • 15. Client Relationship ManagementClient Tracker – For all Exchange Clients, NGO partners, Business Development Clients and Media Partners. EP Feedback Form – For both ICX and OGX. Client Feedback Form – For all Exchange clients. Newsletter - Twice a year (July and December) CRM Tools and proper Communication through calls and mails.
  • 16. POWER MOVES ‘Sorted’ Uni ASARelations PowerOGXVisa Moves OGX Fair TMP/TLP AXT
  • 17. 1. AIESEC School of Arts (ASA) Aim – 24 GCDP ICX realizations About - AIESEC school of ARTS is a project based on a summer workshop for students across different schools on dance, art and craft. Timeline – 15th March to 30th June Synergy – GCDP ICX (ETB)
  • 18. 2. OGX Fair Aim – To boost Outgoing Exchange About – An open event on Facebook will be created for the youth to directly interact and know more about our product. Information about TN’s from around the world will be available and students can shotgun internships. Timeline – March and April (GCDP & GIP) Synergy – OGX
  • 19. 3. ‘Sorted’ Campaign Aim – To support Incoming Exchange in the summer peak. About – A wiki on myaiesec.net containing Welcome kit, Survival kit, Trainee Kit and a Minimum Quality Promise document will be created which will be promoted in all networks – internal and external to AIESEC Timeline – March Synergy – ICX (GCDP & GIP)
  • 20. 4. AIESEC Experience Team (AXT) Aim – To improve the quality of realizations specially in the summer cycle and to make the AIESEC EP Experience complete. About – This team will be responsible for assigning EP buddies, Organize EP chill outs, Interaction of EP with LC, collect the feedback from EP’s etc. Synergy – AXT (TM) and TN managers
  • 21. 5. University Relations Aim – To help OGX strike partnership with Universities About – Value proposition which will include LEAD session, EP catalogue, GCDP Internship, Certificate/Endorsement and re-integration of EP’s in DI will be offered to universities in return of minimum EP’s guaranteed and some relaxation in attendance for our members Synergry - OGX
  • 22. 6. Membership Certification Aim – To certify the Team Member Program (TMP) and Team Leader Program (TLP) About – Contacting the LBoA, Alumni and HR Companies to get our TMP and TLP programs recognized and certified by external partners. Why – To make our programs more credible and create more H4TF Opportunities specially for our Voting Members
  • 23. 7. OGX Visa Issues Aim – To solve the Visa issues faced by OGX About – Contacting LBoA, Alumni, Travel companies and other Referrals to solve the problems faced by OGX portfolio in regard to Visa issues specially for the countries where LC-LC Partnership has been struck. Why – To support the Outgoing Exchange portfolio and simplifying the processes.
  • 24. Standardization of DocumentsFeedback formsAcceptance NotesLead SessionsWelcome KitMoU’s for LC – LC partnershipEP CatalogueEPJQCase studies
  • 25. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 26. GCDP OGX Achievements1) Highest Conversion Rate in AIESEC India2) Transition3) Knowledge Creation Non Achievements1) Timeline planning2) EwA to ELD Conversion3) Specialized Units Target 120 Realizations Achieved 93 Realizations
  • 27. GCDP ICX Achievements1) NPS – Green2) Drastic improvements in Intern Job Role3) Implementation of a strong Financial Model Non Achievements1) Project Implementation2) Showcasing Impact3) Non-Corporate Board of Advisors Target 250 Realizations Achieved 201 Realizations
  • 28. GIP OGX Achievements1) Standardization of documents and processes2) Pioneered Virtual GIP ICX in the international network3) Synergy with Marketing Non Achievements1) Project Implementation2) Showcasing Impact3) Non-Corporate Board of Advisors Target 10 Realizations Achieved 6 Realizations
  • 29. GIP ICX Achievements1) 1st iGIP Project implemented2) Pilot Projects like CHAP, resource sharing3) Learning Networks implemented Target 120 Realizations Achieved 110 Realizations
  • 30. Operations Achievements1) Standardization of documents and processes2) Alumni Relations3) Tracking and Processes Non Achievements1) Revamping LBoA2) Alumni Sustainability Fund3) AIESEC School of Arts
  • 31. BD Achievements 1) Innovation in Projects 2) In-Kind Raising 3) Synergy with Marketing Non Achievements1) DT Projects2) Leverage from LBoA3) Target Vs Achieved Target 19 Lakh Achieved 11 lakh approx.
  • 32. Marketing Achievements 1) Social Media 2) External Partnerships 3) Synergy with BD Non Achievements1) Showcasing Impact2) Media Partnerships3) Promotions .
  • 33. Finance Achievements 1) Investment in ELD 2) Tracking and Auditing3) Membership Investment Non Achievements 1) Legalization .
  • 34. Talent Management Achievements 1) TMP/TLP Delivery 2) Member motivation 3) Recruitment Non Achievements 1) HR Processes Target TMP – 752 TLP – 146 Achieved TMP – 624 TLP - 151 .
  • 35. Contents1) AIESEC in Delhi IIT Vision2) AIESEC in Delhi IIT 2011-12 SWOT Analysis3) Growth Drivers4) Organizational Structure5) Development Blocks6) Key Behavioral changes7) Initiatives & Power Moves8) Portfolio Review9) Target Review:-
  • 36. LC Target vs Achieved502 vs 410 ( 540 ) 3.1 4.2 1.0 3.4