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GSC Reorg Proposal. For Final Vote , February 25 th , 2014. Proposal Outline. Rationale f or the Re-organization Reorganizing in Three Changes: A. Change # 1 – Shifting & Sharing Responsibilities B. Change #2 – Half of the GSC elected in September

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Gsc reorg proposal

GSC Reorg Proposal

For Final Vote, February 25th, 2014


Proposal outline

Proposal Outline

Rationale for the Re-organization

Reorganizing in Three Changes:

A. Change # 1 – Shifting & Sharing Responsibilities

B. Change #2 – Half of the GSC elected in September

C. Change #3 – Focus on Clear Responsibilities

Voting

Terms

Next Steps


I rationale for the re org

I. Rationale for the Re-Org

  • Currently the GSC is comprised of 18 Leadership Positions.

  • But, many responsibilities are concentrated in too few roles, making some roles unsustainable and others redundant?


With a re org we hope to

With A Re-Org, We Hope to:

  • Add more support to the administrative half of the organization (Communications & Club/Leadership Development), both which are very big jobs for busy students

  • Assign more concrete responsibilities/traditions for specific rolls to pass on from one year to the next (transition)

  • Give different cohorts more input in the GSC

  • (All terms will still end at the end of the May)


The goal is not to change the size of the organization but rather

The Goal is NOT to Change the size of the organization, but rather…


Shift responsibilities between existing and or new roles

Shift Responsibilities between Existing and/or New Roles

New Roles Proposed

  • Add 1 New Co-VP of Events

  • Add 1 New Director of Events Marketing

  • Add 1 New VP of Club Management

  • Add 1 New Director of CCD for the One Years

  • Add 1 New VP of Blended Learning Students

Old Roles Cut/Amended

  • Remove the Director of Wellness and Health Position

  • Remove the First Year CDR Positions

  • Move One Year CDR Position to Summer CDR

& Some Structural Changes

  • TWO separate Operational Units

    • Community Development (Directly Reporting to the President)

    • Club & Leadership Development (Directly Reporting to the EVP)


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II. Change # 1

There will be 5 New Roles & 4 Cut Roles…

President

Executive VP

VP of

Club Mgmt

VP of

Tech

VP of

Finance

VP of Academic Affairs

VP of

Events

Co-VP of

Events

VP of

MSM

Students

VP of

First Year

Students

VP of

Evening

Students

VP of

One Year

Students

VP of

Blended Learning

Students

Admissions Director

Events Marketing Director

Full-Time Career Development Director

Partners Program

Director

KEY

Green- New Roles

Blue- Cut Roles

One-Year Career Development Director

International Students

Director

Alumni Relations Director

Director of Health And Wellness

CDR (3)


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Change # 2

More Than Half of the GSC will be elected in September

President

Executive VP

VP of

Club Mgmt

VP of

Tech

VP of

Finance

VP of Academic Affairs

VP of

Events

Co-VP of

Events

VP of

MSM

Students

VP of

First Year

Students

VP of

Evening

Students

VP of

One Year

Students

VP of

Blended Learning

Students

Admissions Director

Events Marketing Director

Full-Time Career Development Director

Partners Program

Director

KEY

Red- May Elections

Yellow- Sept Elections

One-Year Career Development Director

International Students

Director

Alumni Relations Director

Director of Health And Wellness

CDR (3)


Or seen in another way

Or, seen in another way


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Executive Leadership

Change #3:

The new organization is designed to improve operations and give roles more clear responsibilities

President

Executive VP

Club & Leadership Development

Community Development

VP of

Club Mgmt

VP of

Tech

VP of

Finance

VP of Academic Affairs

VP of

Events

Co-VP of

Events

VP of

Blending Learning

Students

VP of

First Year

Students

VP of

Evening

Students

VP of

One Year

Students

VP of

Part Time Students

Admissions Director

Events Marketing Director

Full-Time Career Development Director

Partners Program

Director

One-Year Career Development Director

International Students

Director

Alumni Relations Director


So we can focus on building strong leaders getting people jobs and having fun

So We Can Focus on Building Strong Leaders, Getting People Jobs, and Having Fun.


Iii voting

III. Voting

  • Options May Change By the Tuesday Vote, Please Provide Your Input:

  • Option A: Each member of the GSC has equal voting rights. There is no “executive committee” to vote on special items.

  • Option B: Each member of the GSC has equal voting rights. Second Years Run in the May Elections, but cannot run in the September Elections. All Other Cohorts Run in September Elections.

  • Option C (tentative): Each Cohort is assigned GSC position(s) it can run for. Ensuring that there is a more equal distribution of cohorts in the GSC.


Next steps

Next Steps

1.VOTE on Feb 25th

UPDATEyour position’s job description for the GSC Manual and send to Chuck ([email protected]) by March 12th. We will provide you with a form at the end of the next meeting to fill out to keep things simple and straight-forward.


Appendix

Appendix

just extra slides


Our current structure

Our Current Structure

Oscar Montero

Community Development Reps: Guillermo Turull and RishabhAggarwal


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Alonso Hidalgo

Dir. of Technology

How we’re going to get things done better.

And how we’re going to pay for all of it.

Chet Clem

GSC President

Last Year

Mariana Robina

VP of Finance

Amanda Kelley & Michelle Dilanian

VPs of Evening Students

Danny Donovan

Executive VP

ManojChacko

VP of Fast-Track

Oriana Torres

VP of Marketing & Communications

Effectively Communicating to the Community.

Alan Garcia

Dir. of Int’l Affairs.

Student Life

Extracurricular Life Is Half of Your Education

Getting In

Ensuring a Strong Future Student Body

Educational Core

Coordination with Deans & Faculty

After Babson

Staying Connected After Babson

Getting Out

The Internship and Job Search Process

Wellness

A Sound Body & Mind, and Healthy Habits

Kelly Lannan

VP of Student Activities

AmanHojanepesov

Dir. of Alumni Relations

Rebecca Cooper

VP of Academic Affairs

Yo Gross

Dir. Of CCD Relations

Proposed

Dir. of Student Health

Melanie Michelangeli

Dir. of Partners Program

FelwaAlBazie

Dir. of Admissions for

Full-Time Students

Cheryl Cronin

Dir. of Admissions for

Evening Students

• Responsible for recruiting the future classes of Babson MBAs.

• Work with Alumni Office to help vet future applicants to ensure a correct “fit” with Babson.

• Full adoption of the “No Asshole Rule.”

• Make sure that students have what they need for the most productive educational experience possible.

• Ensure access to all necessary materials.

• Work towards full adoption and utilization of current and new IT tools.

Proposed Position.

• Responsible for coordinating existing health-oriented programs at Babson, and create a culture of physical and mental wellness.

• Be a liaison between these clubs and the GSC.

• Work with CCD to be sure that individual student needs/goals are met.

• Incorporate disparate processes (CCD advisors, MTYOO, Personality tests etc.) and develop a more holistic approach for each student.

• Encourage greater Alumni involvement in the Babson MBA program, most importantly networking and mentorship to current students.

• Continue to strengthen the Class of 2013 involvement, and future classes.

Brian DePamphilis & _

“COR” Representatives

• Improve upon existing events and initiatives, and don’t be afraid to kill ones that aren’t working.

• Consistent, high-quality events with involvement/appeal across all classes.


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The Original Proposal

President (1)

VP of Academic Affairs (1)

VP of Club Management

VP of Finance (1)

Executive VP (1)

VP of Activities (2)

VP of Communication/PR/Secretary

Director of Events Marketing (1)

One-Years

Admissions

Director of the Partners Program (!)

Career Development

First Years

Director of International Students (1)

Alumni

Evening

Director of Health And Wellness

Technology

Fast-Track

CDR (3)

KEY

Blue- new positions

Red- cut positions


Rationale for two ccd positions

Rationale for Two CCD Positions

Why:

CCD has expectations of this individual to run events for students and the work load is typically not realistic for one person. The CCD liaison typically has a good grasp on his/her class needs, but the career needs from other classes are very different.CCDwants to have a solid peer connectors program in place at Babson, but this will require more than one person to coordinate. Peer Connectors are a best practice across many MBA programs, so it does make sense for us to put one in place. However, the effort is big and Babson is still trying to find the right balance for its peer connectors program. Finally, my transition was 15 minutes in May and needless to say I had no clue what I was doing. It is imperative that I have some time to pass on knowledge to a CCD liaison before May this year to ensure success.

I think there are three options. Here are my thoughts in order of preference, but please note I think that any of these would work:

First Option:

Elect a second year CCD co-director at the end of March or beginning of April. Elect a one year co-director within the first month of the 1 year program.Thefirst co-director election depends on overall GSC elections. This allows for a smooth transition from one CCD director to another. The March/April time frame is important because it allows second year peer connectors to apply and be selected before the summer months.

The second CCD person (a one year student) can work with the second year student to take over summer activities, maintain an active conversation with CCD, and allow one year peer connectors to apply and be selected during the summer months. This will take the pressure off of the first director when he/she is focused on their internship or summer venture.

The two positions come together in the fall to put on programming and the peer connectors program in tandem.


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