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Can't hold us - Vertex checkpoint

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Can't hold us - Vertex checkpoint

  1. 1. Hold Can’t
  2. 2. “can we go back this is the moment tonight is the night we’ll fight 'til it’s over so we put our hands up like the ceiling can’t hold us …like the ceiling can’t hold us!”
  3. 3. “can we go back this is the moment tonight is the night we’ll fight 'til it’s over so we put our hands up like the ceiling can’t hold us …like the ceiling can’t hold us!”
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION 1. Exercise accountability in the country 2. Give dimension to the gap of realizations to MX 2015 goals. • Give a sense of urgency towards GIP achievement. • Reinforce orientation to results in the delegates. 3. Understand the national progress in 13-14, to gaze at the last quarter of MC Vertex and what’s to come.
  5. 5. FLOW OF THE SESSION 1. Goal achievement (competition) 2. Our performance so far (competition) 3. Understanding our performance 4. Analysis of 13-14 changes 5. Call to action
  6. 6. 6 LC representatives come to the stage!!!
  7. 7. What’s the average growth of GIP realizations globally in the last 3 years? a) 4.8% b) 12.5% c) 16.2% d)21.2% e) 32.7%
  8. 8. What’s the average growth of GCDP realizations globally in the last 3 years? a) 18% b) 35% c) 26% d)21% e) 39%
  9. 9. Global progress towards 2015 2010 realization 2011 realization 2012 realization 2013 realization GIP 4,592 4,830 5,227 5,300 GCDP 8,655 13,687 17,609 23,150 TMP 52,532 60,510 81,000 93,473 TLP 19,148 23,775 33,292 36,845 2014 goal 2015 goal 13,000 17,000 30,000 38,000 126,000 155,000 42,000 52,000 5.1% 8.2% 1.3% 145% 31% 58% 29% 31% 29% 26%
  10. 10. WTF!
  11. 11. What percentage of the oGIP and iGIP MX 2015 goal did we achieve in 2013? a) 40% b) 30% c) 50% d)60% e) 70%
  12. 12. How many exchanges should we realize in 2014 according to MX2015? a) 1700 b) 1800 c) 1900 d)2200 e) 2900
  13. 13. 2012 goal 2012 achieved 2013 goal 2013 achieved 2014 2015 iGIP 150 85 250 128 oGIP 200 157 310 161 iGCDP 200 233 330 317 oGCDP 300 329 500 540 500 810 800 1290 400 530 500 720 MX2015ACHIEVEMENT
  14. 14. WTF!
  15. 15. How much did the iGCDP winter peak grow from 12-13 to 13-14 (Oct-Feb)? a) 40% b) 35% c) 50% d)65% e) 60%
  16. 16. 5 18 50 14 78 9 64 51 19 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 October November December January February iGCDP Winter Peak 12-13 13-14 +60%
  17. 17. How much did the oGCDP winter peak grow from 12-13 to 13-14 (Oct- Feb)? a) 60% b) 85% c) 95% d)105% e) 120%
  18. 18. 6 9 44 17 119 18 113 36 15 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 October November December January February oGCDP Winter Peak 12-13 13-14 +120%
  19. 19. How many GIP TNs did AIESEC in Mexico realize in Q4 2013? a) 21 b) 25 c) 32 d)35 e) 41
  20. 20. iGIP Q4 2013 Re Ma Ra October 8 12 12 November 8 5 8 December 5 12 11 Quarter 4 21 29 31 % Growth 10.53% 16% -20.51%
  21. 21. What growth did we have in GIP TN matching for Q1 2014? a) 70% b) 75% c) 92% d)66% e) 53%
  22. 22. iGIP Q1 2014 Re Ma Ra January 14 2 6 February 7 11 18 March 21 12 90 Quarter 1 42 35 114 % Growth 61% 75% 280%
  23. 23. iGIP Q1 2014 Re Ma Ra January 14 2 6 February 7 11 18 March 21 12 90 Quarter 1 42 35 34 % Growth 61% 75% 13%
  24. 24. What growth did we have in GIP EP matching for Q4 2013? a) 70% b) 55% c) 32% d)45% e) 16%
  25. 25. oGIP Q4 2013 Re Ma Ra October 12 11 63 November 15 20 104 December 8 24 28 Quarter 4 35 55 195 % Growth -2.78% 44.74% 26.62%
  26. 26. What growth did we have in GIP EP realizing in Q1 2014? a) 45% b) 50% c) 39% d)32% e) 25%
  27. 27. oGIP Q1 2014 Re Ma Ra January 24 20 19 February 14 11 15 March 19 13 31 Quarter 1 57 44 65 % Growth 32.56% 22.22% -15.58%
  28. 28. And the winner is…
  29. 29. MC VERTEX DRIVERS “50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO” (NOT A DRIVER) 50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO
  30. 30. MC VERTEX DRIVERS “STRONGER” YOUTH LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO STRONGER
  31. 31. 50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO MC VERTEX DRIVERS “BETTER” SERVICE & QUALITY BETTERSTRONGER
  32. 32. 50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO BETTERSTRONGER HARDER MC VERTEX DRIVERS “HARDER” (NOT A DRIVER) CULTURE CODING
  33. 33. 50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO BETTER MC VERTEX DRIVERS “FASTER” OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY STRONGER HARDER FASTER
  34. 34. MC VERTEX DRIVERS “IMPACT” (NOT A DRIVER) PURPOSE DRIVENIMPACT BETTERSTRONGER 50 GENERATIONS OF AIESEC MEXICO HARDER FASTER
  35. 35. What changes have these drivers brought? • Driving Podio culture • New ER principles • New website • New financial policies • New OGX pricing structure • New OGX back-end management • New brands per product • Creation of MCB • Creation of Account Delivery area • New Y2B essence • …..
  36. 36. Two things we are still to achieve 1. GIP growth to achieve MX 2015 and our Vertex Goals 1. Real program focus in LCs 2. Talent capacity in LCs 2. Implement quality NPS measurement
  37. 37. Our achievement so far iGCDP oGCDP iGIP oGIP TOTAL MC TERM YEAR Fall ’10 14 20 22 42 98 362 27% Spring ’11 57 116 33 58 264 73% 459 58% Fall ’11 37 67 29 62 195 591 33% 42% Spring ’12 78 196 46 76 396 67% 804 49% Fall ’12 155 133 39 81 408 1023 40% 51% Spring ’13 149 317 64 85 615 60% 1147 53% Fall ’13 168 223 64 77 532 1773 30%? 47% Spring ‘14 77* 61* 42* 57* 1241? 70%?
  38. 38. What are our GOALS? •LC goals •MC Goals •AIESEC Mexico 2015 Goals •Global goals • Other countries goals… (so how do we match S&D?) •Marketplace goals!
  39. 39. What are our GOALS? •LC goals •MC Goals •AIESEC Mexico 2015 Goals •Global goals • Other countries goals… (so how do we match S&D?) •Marketplace goals!
  40. 40. A member of AIESEC in Mexico is an opinion leader that due to his values reflects the stance of our country’s youth. AIESEC in Mexico is distinguished by a quality service, positioning itself as a the first choice partner to access young talent for organizations and for leadership development in students and recent graduates. Our change agents generate sustainable high impact projects, relevant for Mexican society. 2012 2013 2014 2015 iGCDP 200 330 500 810 oGCDP 300 500 800 1290 iGIP 150 250 400 530 oGIP 200 310 500 720 TMP 2300 4000 6500 9500 TLP 890 1400 2300 3000 LCs 17 LCs 21 LCs 25 LCs 30 LCs
  41. 41. 200 300 150 200 233 329 85 157 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 iGCDP oGCDP iGIP oGIP 2012 Goal Realized
  42. 42. 330 500 250 310317 540 128 161 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 iGCDP oGCDP iGIP oGIP 2013 Goal 2013 Realized
  43. 43. 317 540 128 161 500 800 400 500 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 iGCDP oGCDP iGIP oGIP 2013 to 2014 aimed growth 2013 Realized 2014 Goal
  44. 44. 317 540 128 161 500 800 400 500 600 900 382 276 0 200 400 600 800 1000 iGCDP oGCDP iGIP oGIP Introducing Marketplace goals 2013 Realized 2014 Goal 2014 Mktplc
  45. 45. But remember…
  46. 46. Mi nombre es Y mi contribución para cerrar AIESEC México 2015 será:
  47. 47. “can we go back this is the moment tonight is the night we’ll fight 'til it’s over so we put our hands up like the ceiling can’t hold us …like the ceiling can’t hold us!”

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