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Why S&D Management and Country Partnerships

  1. 1. Supply & Demand Smart International Relations in Global Internship Programme
  2. 2. What is Supply & Demand Management? Supply and demand is one of the most important parts of our exchange development and evolution in AIESEC, knowing it properly and it is the strength of any entity. Supply represents how much the market can offer (same idea as above: students and market opportunities).
  3. 3. What is Supply & Demand Management? The general and main idea here is to see that acting fast in any side is crutial for students (EP side) and market (TN side). Our main focus is always to have an equilibrium: When Supply & Demand are equal we say it is at this stage. So the allocation of EP and TNs is more efficient (if we don’t RA random GIPs), bringing us the right results considering the leadership we want to create and develop among our membership.
  4. 4. Importance of Supply & Demand As you can see in the graphic, Mainland of China and UK have among them a purposeful partnership. UK provides to MoC a significant amount of EPs (it was around 48 RE in Q3).
  5. 5. How to work with After looking forward analysis in DAAL and AFT, S&D is helpful in developing operations and supply strategies that improve effectiveness and efficiency of processes, and support innovation across your LCs depending in each market. Generating and improves productivity through new strategies from AI and MC level, depending in which segment you are working with. • It leverages processes diagnostics and benchmarking among LCs and other markets, scenario-based strategies and lean principles to improve operational efficiency. • Optmizes aspects of planning to drive and improve performance. Creates foundation for growth, capacity and flexibility among segments and markets.
  6. 6. How you can use DAAL CYs you can cooperate with (TN/EP) Growing CYs so you can learn from them and their GCPs What should be FOCUS for next quarter Data about previous RE (RR, duration etc.)
  7. 7. Create a Pivot table 1. You open DAAL files and go to the sheet called “TN EP realizations raw” 2. Select all (Ctrl+A) 3. Click on the Insert menu and click the PivotTable button 4. The following dialog box will appear: 5. Push “OK”
  8. 8. 6. When you switch to the worksheet with your new Pivot Table, you'll notice three separate elements of the Pivot Table on the screen, starting with the PivotTable report itself 7. Then you'll see the Pivot Table Field List and under that thefield layout area. Note that it should show the column headings from your data table 8. To create the layout, you need to first select the fields you want in your table, and then place them in the correct location
  9. 9. Example 1 Your Entity has a growing supply of teaching EPs that are looking for internships in the Teaching&Language Education and with a duration of maximum 4-6 months.
  10. 10. • You select the criteria that you are interested in • You arrange the criteria in the Pivot Table • Your Pivot Table will look like image below
  11. 11. • Now it’s time to filter the information based on your criteria • Analyze the results You can observe that Colombia realized 8 TNs within teaching area having the duration you are interested in. MoC realized 7 TNs with this profile. These countries could be your potential partners.
  12. 12. Example 2 You need to get information process duration with exact country: - Matching duration for EPs (Ra->Ma) - Matching duration for TNs (Ra->Ma) - Delivery time (Ma->Re)
  13. 13. • You look how many EPs have you realized with your partner • Push twice at number (Eg: 23) • Then you will see information about realized EPs from your side and TNs from another
  14. 14. • Add 3 new column and insert 3 new formulas to each of them Matching duration for EPs = Matched date – EP raised date Matching duration for TNs = Matched date – TN raised date Delivery time = Matched date-Realized date
  15. 15. Example 3 You can understand who is your main provider in each sub-product
  16. 16. • You open “GIP CY Grid” • Set necessary criteria • Set your country and sub-product (EG: Russia, Teaching&Language education
  17. 17. • By adding “LC of TN” as one more column, you can get which LC is working with which CY the most
  18. 18. • Also you can understand which your LC the most successful in exact sub-product
  19. 19. Example 4 In which sub-product you had biggest amount of realizations
  20. 20. Global Support Team GIP Supply & Demand 2013-14 AIESEC International: Nikita Singh – nikitas@ai.aiesec.org Poland: Matheus Koerich – matheus.koerich@aiesec.net Russia: Margarita Abramova - abramova.margarita@aiesec.net Brazil: Luisa Bittencourt - luisa.bitencourt@aiesec.net