Virtual training of principles and principles of management in sports organizations has been created for people to be fully acquainted with the principles and principles of management in sports organizations. The field of sports management has originated from the scientific and professional principles of the profession. Therefore, sports management is an important source of income and a full-time job for many people, known as sports workers. Therefore, the word employees includes all people who have been working in the field of sports management. Management professionals in sports organizations seek to explore items such as goals, systems, organizational structure, policies, and guidelines, while organizational behaviorists in sports settings seek to study the impact of behavior and small human groups within sports organizations.
Virtual training course topics Principles and foundations of management in sports organizations:
What is Sports Management?
What is exercise and how does it progress?
What is ethnography and how is it applied in sports?
What is consumer behavior and how does exercise relate to it?
The impact of sport on society
Sports values and sports culture
How to promote equality through exercise.
How exercise and psychology are linked
Why honesty and ethics are important in sports and sports management.
Ethical issues in modern sports and the future of sports ethics
What is strategic management and how can it be used to gain a competitive advantage?
The importance of analysis in strategic management
What is the company’s social responsibility and do sports people care about it?
How massive events and sports can be socially responsible.
Links between sport and the economy
What is financial doping and is it fair?
The cost of big events and are they really worth it?
The importance of sports financial support
What is sports development and why is it an important part of elite sports and communities.
Topics facing sports development
How can the sports development program be improved?
What is sports marketing and who is the consumer of sports?
What is a marketing mix?
How technology has helped shape sports for fans, athletes and coaches.
Who is this course for:
Sports Management Students
Interested in marketing, financial support and business management
Prerequisites for the course Principles and Fundamentals of Management in Sports Organizations:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.