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  1. 1. Member’s Module
  2. 2. Mission - 3 P’s Practical, Peer to Peer learning culminating into Prosperous businesses. Vision To create a platform which fosters flow of business learnings from peers in the network to help in mutual growth. A platform where members can bounce off their business problems and crowd source the solutions based on the rich experience of the peers.
  3. 3. Context The Yi community is rich with members diversity in Geography – 54 chapters across India Thoughts – Aggressive or passive or balanced Experience – 2 years to those with 20 years. Given the above diversity and the inclusive ethos of the organisation there is abundance of business learnings which members have picked up during their journey. This platform enables sharing of these business learning with other members that not only help’s the peers but also helps the person showcase their business acumen and innovations. The underlying theme of YIb is not to act as a pure networking platform, but act as an enabler to solve peer problems based on own learning, that may result into showcasing one’s business acumen and contributing to their own growth (professionally and personally).
  4. 4. 01 02 03 04 Member Engagement Peer to Peer Learning Case Study Corporate Learning Casestudyanalysis– a casestudy to be sourced eitherfrom themembers or from any institution, to be evaluatedduringthe courseof YIbe session. Members to be dividedina groupof 4 to 6 to evaluatethe casefor 30 minutes andthen present theiranalysisto the house.(Duration60 minutes) Peerto PeerLearning-2 members to be givena time slotof 3-5 minutes eachto talk aboutan attributeof their businessthat can be beneficialfor the members. ( Duration15 minutes) Awarenesssessionby a traineron an issuevaluableto industryand member base(Duration40 minutes). Yibe - STRUCTURE EntrepreneurshipChairisresponsiblefor conductingthe affairsof theYIbe meetingsin coordinationwithchapterLeadership.
  5. 5. LAUNCH SEQUENCE CREATON AND CIRCULATION OF AN OVERVIEW OF YIbe COVERING GENERAL RULES OF THE NETWORK, DOS AND DONTS, OBJECTIVE OF THE NETWORK ENROLLING MEMBERS ACROSS THE CHAPTER FOR YIbe SESSION CONDUCT A MEETING ATLEAST ONCE IN 2 MONTHS FOR REGULAR ENGAGEMENT ON COMPLETION OF 10+ SIGN- UPS, LAUNCH THE NETWORK AND INITIATE THE 1ST MEETING ORGANIZE CROSS CHAPTER YIbe SESSIONS TO FURTHER ENHANCE THE VALUE OF NETWORK RUN THE YIbe SESSIONS FOR A PERIOD OF 4 MONTHS BEFORE 1ST REVIEW
  6. 6. Possible structure of a YiBE meeting Ice Breaking Depending upon the cohesiveness and size of the chapter, some small ice breaking activity for 30 to 40 minutes maybe conducted to open up the participants. Yi Peer to Peer Learning Pick 3-5 participants who would be given 3 minutes each to address the participants about some key insider learnings about their products or services which can help them evaluate better. Selling of their products should be strictly discouraged and focus should be on imparting key inside info about their trades as to where people generally go wrong. For e.g. and automobile dealer should not talk about his particular brand but may inform the members about how to negotiate better or what all are mere marketing gimmicks and are not really worth as promoted.
  7. 7. Possible structure of a YiBE meeting Group discussion on Case Studies – 45 mins The core of the YiBE session could be discussion of real time business problems which people are facing to help them solve it by the peers. The case studies can be created with regard to the ongoing challenges or be crowd sourced from the members itself. It should be ensured that the case studies are practical and relevant to the class of members present. General and vague topics such as SME Listing, Scaling up etc should be avoided to provide in-depth and practical learning. The idea should be that members take back learnings from the session which can be easily implemented from next day. For e.g. - A person wants to franchise to other city, enumerate 10 keys things to keep in mind before appointing a franchisee. - Your old accountant has gone rouge and has all the insider information about the company. What all steps should you take to protect yourself.
  8. 8. Possible structure of a YiBE meeting Group discussion on Case Studies – 45 mins After the group has deliberated on the case study for 20-25 minutes then they may present their views to the entire house in 2 mins so that cross referencing is possible and the best solution is created. If the group has any person who can lead the entire group discussion (possibly entrepreneurship chair / co chair) then he or she should sum up the views of the house. This would enable a comprehensive and practical solution for the house. The idea should be to provide an implementable solution and not merely theoretical. Trainings – A corporate trainer/ subject matter expert relevant to the case study can be invited to provide expert opinion on the topic . This will help in creating awareness and perspective of the members towards the best practices of that particular topic
  9. 9. 01 Quarterly reviews EC conducts a quarterly review of YIbe members to understand and recommend any positive/constructive actions that could enhance the interaction between members including conduct of activities (online and offline), industry representation etc, shout- outs Formidable Network Attracting more members to sign up and progress towards building a nation-wide network Cross Pollination Cross pollination by ensuring that YIbe members share their activities and integrate on regular interval. Leverage National Make this a key enabler for Future of Relationships/ Business and community building 03 04 02 Attribute 1 Attribute 2 Attribute 3 Attribute 4 YIbe – Delving deeper
  10. 10. An inter-connected network that facilitates connect ● YIbe chapters are across industries/sub-industries and once the network expands, multiple YIbe chapters can engage with each other for better connect. ● These chapters can work with CII and other industry bodies for promotion of common interests, trade exchange, policy matters etc. ● YIbe chapters can hold talks with strategic industry partners and look at cross-border business networks to collaborate with the help of G-20 and CAYE network YIbe- ADVANTAGE
  11. 11. Do’s and Don'ts DO’s Dont’s Clearly establish the context of the event Avoid any specific company sales pitch Highlight the possible outcomes • Learning • Sharing your experiences • May result into networking • Avoid direct business pitches • Aggressive sales of ones product or services should be discouraged. Be punctual and start on time Shabby or casual dressing May culminate over lunch or dinner to provide ample opportunity to network Not make it exclusive based on industry, turnover or any other parameter Create teams for enabling cohorts with the ultimate objective of turning them into an inner circle
  12. 12. Attribute 1 Attribute 2 Attribute 3 Attribute 4 Thank You

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