Planning - 3. Count with the different inductions...

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Flow I. Logic II. Steps III. Planning tool IV. Alignment
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Logic behind planning Ø Customer based – student market Ø Defined by the student run programs Ø Align with HR – pipeline plan Ø Structure and positions, timeline Ø Capacity and impact  number of members & number of XPs
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Steps 1. Define your pool (university, faculty) 2. Link - define programs (TM, TL)
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Count with the different inductions Autumn/spring Occasional Ongoing 4. How many members would you like to induct TM TL BCE 108 34 BME 85 29 Debrecen 35 12 Gdll 48 22 Gyr 22 6 Klker 60 40 KVIF 50 20 Miskolc 47 17 Pcs 30 14 PSZF 80 23 Szeged 50 14 Veszprm 66 22 TOTAL 681 253 National 700 300...
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 98 taught by Professor Aiesecbooklyn during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.

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