Abraham Lincoln once said, �If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I�d spend six sharpening my axe.� A well-honed tool gets the job done quickly. You need a well-honed, system-based plan for getting the work done. Without such a plan, time can get away from you until what should take minutes takes hours if not days.
Outdoor Site and Facility Management
Volunteers are a cherished resource for any organization. Volunteers can be your ace in the hole, enabling projects to be completed that might otherwise languish because of lack of funds or labor.
Sport Club Management eBook
Rather than casting them as peripheral to the sport experience, club leaders and coaches should consider parents valuable resources who deserve to feel valued, respected, and central.
Contemporary Sport Management With Web Study Guide-4th Edition
The emergence of new media has already had a profound effect on how many sport communication professionals practice their profession.
Contemporary Sport Management 4th Edition eBook With Web Study Guide
Community sport presents a unique challenge concerning management because its structure and delivery system is varied and nonprescriptive.
ACSM's Health/Fitness Facility Standards and Guidelines 4th Edition eBook
Risk management refers to the practices and systems that businesses put in place to reduce or limit their exposure to potential liability and financial loss.
Security Management for Sports and Special Events
Safety and security concerns are not unique to the United States. Countries across all continents have created, developed, and maintained safety and security organizations, policies, and procedures to address security issues and enhance the safety of their citizens.
Beyond the Scoreboard
A common denominator that transcends cultural and societal differences, sports are an enormous and growing business that delivers a massive and highly engaged audience game after game.
Managing Sport Events
Communicating with the audience is important even after the sporting event is over.
NIAAA's Guide to Interscholastic Athletic Administration
Pay to play has been around for a long time in our schools. During the budget crisis of the 1980s and 1990s, the implementation of paying to play sports in high school was shocking.
A natural outgrowth of associations between individual franchises, leagues have enhanced the viability and stability of their professional sports by providing structure and ensuring an even field for competition.