Sports Program Management and Success Metrics – Part II

In Part I of success metrics, we determined a success metric measures and aligns progress towards a larger program goal or…

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Leadership Can Be Tricky for Sports and Athletics

What do leaders need in order to give good direction and get the most from those they lead? Responses likely…

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Sports Program Management and Success Metrics – Part I

Before continuing, read the following bullets three time: A metric is a standard for measuring A metric is not the…

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Risks, Rewards and Consequences in Sports Management and Administration

Sports programs take pride and credit (fairly and unfairly) in shaping character through the sports experience. What’s usually missed is…

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Sports Management: Do It With Style

The business dictionary defines management as “organization and coordination of activities to achieve defined objectives”. Sounds like what an athletics…

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Sports Management: Manage Processes, Not People

Consider the few places a staff member or player’s name is written. The title or position is displayed more often.…

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Sports Management: Difference Between Managers and Leaders

As it relates to titles on paper or an org chart, there are no true differences between managers and leaders.…

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Sports Management and NIMBYism

Sport management is based on principles that advance, advocate and efficiently operate sports programs and its connected parts. The goal is…

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Growing or Limiting Your Sports Management Career – Intentionally and Unintentionally

Working in sports is fulfilling. Working in management doesn’t have the same appeal. If both are true statements, then the…

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