AIESEC Structure<br />“Getting to know how does the world largest students organization works”<br />
What is an organizational structure?<br /><ul><li> Enables organization performance towards impactachievement.
Integrates entities with different characteristics into one common vision.
Provides stability and sustainability to the organization.</li></li></ul><li>Whatistheimportance of a structureforanorganisation?<br /><ul><li> Enables the management body to track and evaluate the performance of the employees.
It helps to achieve the ultimate vision of the organisation.</li></li></ul><li>Comparisonbetween AIESEC & a multi-nationalcompany<br />AI<br />GN<br />MC<br />LC<br />
Localcommittee (LC)<br />Offices of AIESEC in local universities (sometimes more than 1 per university)<br />It’s lead byLC EB, directedbyLCP. Theycreatestrategies and implementplanstodeliverresultsthorughtheirmembers, alignedtoNationalPriorities and in thatorderto Global ones.<br />AIESEC becomesaction at thislevel<br />
Localcommittees in Sri Lanka<br /><ul><li>Colombo North (University of Kelaniya)
Membercommittee (MC)<br />Countries are Members of AIESEC, that's why AIESEC at national levels receives this name.<br />These teams guide the strategy of AIESEC in each country in order to achieve high impact and growth.Each AIESEC country has a National Group of leaders who guide the organization according to national reality and opportunities<br />
GrowthNetwoks (GN)<br />Accordingto similar countriesrealities and conditions AIESEC countries are grouped in GNs and each of themis lead by a VP Country Development Manager<br />( A part of AI Team) <br />
AIESEC International<br />Team of 22+ passionated and experienced AIESECers who lead AIESEC globally. They are lead by the PAI (President of AIESEC international).<br />Part of this team are :<br />7 Vice-presidents of AIESEC main functional areas <br />The rest are manager of specific projects or strategic areas<br />