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An MCP Guide to THE

Global Planning

process


Contents 1.  2.  3.  4.  5. 

OVERview of the process Global Planning Process Agenda immediate action steps (action Required) Data crunching before the conference (action Required) Suggested Research before the conference (action Required)


Global planning process This IPM, we will be taking you through a comprehensive global planning process where we will connect all of our 2014 goals together to align supply and demand and provide key strategic bites, tier-based inputs and GCPs to match your entity’s ambition. In order for this to be the most effective, we require some specific preparation from all entities, so please read through this guide and follow the requests. We expect all entities to come to IPM with a first draft of 2014 goals for all programmes. To help you in this we are holding regional rooms with your Regional Co-ordinators and AI members on Skype on Friday 7th and Monday 10th February between 5PM to 7PM, GMT+1. Please let your RC know if you have additional questions!

Supply & demand alignment

Defining key national strategies for growth

Enabling co-delivery


Global Planning In the Agenda


Immediate action steps Register on the market place and fill in your entity 2014 goals in GCDP and GIP in sub products and issue segments by the 10th February, 10am, GMT+1*

For factors to consider while goal setting please see the rest of this guide, and attend your regional rooms with your Regional Co-ordinators and AI members on Skype on Friday 7th and Monday 10th February between 5PM to 7PM, GMT+1. Please let your RC know if you have additional questions! To make it easier, we have made a video for you on using the MarketPlace here:

http://youtu.be/ohrfdys_qrQ

*When entering TMP/TLP targets in the Market Place we mean number of members in the programme and functions leading to incoming/outgoing exchange


Data crunching before IPM To make Global Planning as impactful as possible, we require every entity to complete some preparation before arriving on site. Please make sure you follow this guide and email your regional coordinator for any questions. •  Please make sure you have a good understanding of External FACTORS in particular: ü  Sub Products and Issue Segments that have external relevance in your country. (For  the  EP  side  the  same  can  be  viewed   here: https://manage.aiesec.org/#analytics?!{"view":"opsearches”}) •  Please make sure you have A good understanding of internal factors in particular: ü  Your entities level 1 and level 2 issues in Net Promoters Score for all programmes ü  Net Promoters Score of your entity with your key/possible country partners and level 1 and level 2 issues in the same in programmes ü  The same can be viewed here: https://www.cg-express.com/an/index.php?m=SelfSelectReport# •  Where your entities realization came from in the first 6 months of 2013 in your focus sub products and issue segments. ü  The same can be viewed here: http://www.myaiesec.net/exchange/googleMapRealizationAnalysis.do?operation=getReportData •  Where your entities realization came from in 2013 in your focus sub products and issue segments. ü  The same can be viewed here: http://live.myaiesec.net/daal/daal.php


ü  Where is the current supply in your focus sub products and issues in the network. The same can be viewed here: http://live.myaiesec.net/aft/aft.php ü  What are current available forms you have on the system. The same can be viewed here: http://live.myaiesec.net/aft/aft.php ü  What was your match rate in the Sub product/ISsue of your focus programmes in 2013. The same can be viewed here: http://www.myaiesec.net/exchange/efficiency.do?operation=getReportData ü  What was the conversion rate you had from sign up to raise in 2013. The same can also be viewed here: https://manage.aiesec.org/ ü  Current efficiency by programme in 2013. Efficiency is equal to number of realisations in the programme/number of members in the programme ü  What was the raise to realization time for your entity in programmes in 2013. The Match time and realization time can be assessed here: http://www.myaiesec.net/exchange/efficiencyproopt.do?operation=getReportData and then added!


Suggested Research •  Important Visa information:

ü  Regions/Territories where your entity has easy visa access for GIP (Business/Employment/Student visa for more 3 months or more) ü  Regions/Territories where your entity has very difficult visa procedure for GIP (Business/Employment/Student visa for more 3 months or more)

•  ADDITIONAL POINTS which can help: ü  What is the legacy you want to leave in 13.14 ü  What is the likely focus of 14.15 ü  What are the key bottlenecks and weaknesses in the Sub Product/ISsue of the focus programme that you want solutions for at IPM. What GCPs are you searching for? ü  What are the results from the current global strategies you are implementing and what results & guidance do you expect in the next 6 months. The global strategies can be viewed here: http://www.myaiesec.net/content/viewwiki.do?contentid=10270198 ü  Understand your membership – what are their profiles and backgrounds? ü  Percentage of people in exchange and % of people in support areas: marketing, TM, finance, BD etc. ü  Percentage of people in the different stages of your current exchange pipeline: Sign up, Raise, Match, Realization, Delivery


Need help? For more instructions or support, please contact: 1.  2. 

Your regional coordinator Ramita at ramitav@ai.aiesec.org or Ando

Attend the regional rooms with your Regional coordinators and AI On Skype on Friday 7th and Monday 10th February between 5PM to 7PM, GMT+1. Please let your RC know if you have additional questions!

Skype details: General: ramitavig WENA: Poncho.gt AP: rahul.maira IGN: pauloricardocortez CEE: Leseenok MENA: Slim.bahrini AFRICA: ando.sirait


MCP Guide to the Global Planning Process at GLS 2014