Sports management

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Sports management

  1. 1. ROLL NO. NAME TOPIC SLIDE NO. 120 Madhuri s.Dalas 94 Ruchita Gurav 136 Shantanu Shahasane 118 Mandar Desai 107 Mohit Singh[Team Leader]
  2. 2. "Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire, the power to unite people that little else has.. It is more powerful than governments in breaking down racial barriers." Nelson Mandela
  3. 3. Defining Sport and Sport Management Nature and Scope of the Sport Industry Nature and Scope of the Sport Industry
  4. 4. In essence, sport management is the application of management processes to sport environments. Sport Managers need: management skills and experience AND an understanding of both the sport system and the value of sport in society. Principles of Sport Management
  5. 5.  Established around 1750  Settled disputes, established rules, determined eligibility, designated officials, regulated breeding, and punished unscrupulous participants  Organized, sponsored, and promoted local events  Met need for a strong national governing body to establish rules, standards, and a mechanism for resolving disputes  Served as model for wider sport management practices in England
  6. 6.  Baseball was first to adopt league system  Cincinnati Red Stockings: First pro team  Some teams in the league paid and some did not—created controversy  1871: Creation of National Association of Professional Baseball Players  Importance of “breakeven” financial interests of individual clubs
  7. 7. A tour of Sports management
  8. 8. Sport Industry- all sport-related products offered to customers Sport Performance Sport Production Sport Promotion Sport Industry Segmentation Participation Products/Influence Promo Tools
  9. 9. RANK SPORT ESTIMATED FANS REGIONAL POPULARITY 1 Soccer/ Association Football 3.5 Billion Europe, Africa, Asia, America. 2 Cricket 2.5 Billion Asia, Australia, UK. 3 Field hockey 2 Billion Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia. 4 Tennis 1Billion Europe, Asia, America. 5 Volleyball 900 Million Europe, Australia, Asia, America 6 Table Tennis 850 Million Europe, Africa, Asia, America. 7 Baseball 500 Million America, Japan. 8 Golf 450 Million Europe, Asia, America, Canada. 9 Basketball 400 Million America. 10 American Football 400 Million Europe, Africa, Asia, America, Australia.
  10. 10. New Trends in Sports Management Claudiu MEREUŢĂ Elena MEREUŢĂ
  11. 11. 1. Aspects of the sport product are intangible. VS.
  12. 12. 2. Sport is subjective and heterogeneous.
  13. 13. 3. Sports are inconsistent and unpredictable.
  14. 14. 4. Sport is perishable.
  15. 15. 5. Sport evolves emotions.
  16. 16.  Sport management industry: ◦ Effa Manley of Newark Eagles (Negro League) ◦ Billie Jean King (WTT, WSF) ◦ Lesa France Kennedy (NASCAR) ◦ Stephanie Tolleson (IMG) ◦ Buffy Filipell (Teamwork Online)
  17. 17.  Sport Marketing  Sport Enterprise Financing  Sport Industry Career Paths  Sport as a Social Institution Unique Aspects of Sport Management “Sport is a distinctive social activity that is frequently the basis of an individual’s social identity.”
  18. 18. “Sport managers are the wonderful glue that binds successful sport organizations, sport events, athletes, health clubs, and virtually every sport industry-related business.” (Davis, p. 5)
  19. 19. Sport Context
  20. 20. any road will do.”
  21. 21. Many scientists have studied that new approach regarding the Business Process Management, which sometimes lead to unsuccessful results. Five fundamental issues were revealed for a proper development of BPR, considered to be the basic model of reengineering as follows (fig):
  22. 22. Marketing concept. Top management involvement. Fundamental questions. Radical changes. Eight common problems for reengineering. THE POINTS ON THE ABOVE FIG.
  23. 23. Applying that modern And pure management system, called reengineering, in sports activity, we hope To get better and better results, in order to increase both the health state and the Performances of trained athletes.
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  25. 25.  In football, a manager is responsible for running a football club or a national team, and may also be coaching the team.  The manager of a professional club is responsible directly to the club chairman.
  26. 26. The manager's Responsibilities in A Professional Football club Selecting the team of players for matches, and their formation. Planning the strategy, and instructing the same on the pitch. Delegating duties to the first team coach and the coaching and medical staff. Scouting for young but talented players for eventual training in the youth academy or the reserves. Buying and selling players in the transfer market, including loans. Facing the media in pre-match and post- match interviews.
  27. 27.  Fans are like shareholders in the company, managers and club are answerable to them earns revenue cause of fans.  The wishes of a national team manager may sometimes conflict with those of a club manager over selection of club players for the national squad; the club manager may not wish the player to miss domestic fixtures.  For this reason, in many cases, national football team managers are selected from current club team managers and also in many cases, they select the players of their clubs.
  28. 28. Some of the popular formations 4-4-2 (England National Team)  A manager has to plan for the game, as he has to select correct players for correct positions.  Also a manager has to select the formation for the team of 11 players.
  29. 29. 4-2-3-1  This is nowadays most popular formation in Football, as the game changed to give fans more entertainment, Managers tried to give more focus on attack based football.  Manager’s in football have to plan for whole season for every different opponent they need to apply different tactics to overcome their opponents.
  30. 30. Managers are the masterminds behind the way the players play on the field.
  31. 31. Players are playing on their given position Players are fulfilling the role giving to them Players are following the game plan
  32. 32.  Leading part has often been referred to the “action” part of the management process. This is where it all happens.  Even in football it’s no different, A manager has to lead his team, a group of individuals to accomplish the organization’s that is club or country’s goals of winning tournaments and trophies.  In football, manager has one or more Assistant managers who provide an aid to him, to handle the club well.  Managers has to motivate the players and other staff to do well and do better every day.  Leading functions includes DELEGATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES, MOTIVATING PLAYERS and OTHER STAFF.
  33. 33. DEPARTMENTAION Goalkeeping Department Defending Department Attacking Department Medical department Finance and Accounts department In football managers has to coach the team sometimes, so there are also many departments.
  34. 34.  Scouting for young but talented players for eventual training in the youth academy or the reserves.  Buying and selling players in the transfer market, including loans.  In football managers always have to look for ways to improve the club and the team, so they’re always looking for better players and staff members.  They buy players from other clubs or take players on loan or They take players from their own youth system.
  35. 35. Exceptional Managers in Football Sir Alex Ferguson Bob Paisley Bill Shankly Jose Mourinho Pep Guardiola Arrigo Sacchi
  36. 36. Baseball Playground  Baseball is a bat-and- ball game played between two teams of nine players who take turns batting and fielding.  Evolving from older bat-and-ball games, an early form of baseball was being played in England by the mid-18thcentury.  This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed.
  37. 37. Planning Organizing Staffing Managing
  38. 38. MONEYBALL
  39. 39.  THE PROBLEM  The gap Between rich and poor in baseball was far greater than in any other professional sport, and Widening rapidly. The New York Yankees $126 million Richest Team Oakland A's $40 million Poorest Team
  40. 40. How did one of the poorest teams in baseball, the Oakland Athletics, win so many games?
  41. 41. Appointing Paul Depodsta As An Assistant Manager & Head of R&D[A Harvard Graduate in Economics}] Implementing Management Of New System “Sabermetrics” Invention Of Sportometrics New Strategy Based On Statistics A Vision Of Changing The Game
  42. 42. Recognize need for a decision Frame the problem Generate & assess alternatives Choose among alternatives Implement chosen alternative Learn from feedback

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