Sport Management Principles
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- Acknowledge the structures and functions of the sport system in various contexts.
- Evaluate the issues and problems faced by sport managers when considering the future directions of the sport industry.
- Discuss the key responsibilities associated with the role of sport managers in sport organisations.
- Apply management theories to the practice of sport organisations.
- • The principles of Systems Theory
- • Exploring state interventions in sport
- • Organisational theories and relationships
- • Analysis of case studies
- • Strategic sport management
- • Sport law and governance
- • Key aspects of law in sport context
- • Leadership in sport
- • Organisational benchmarking & performance
- • Human resources and sports management
- • Application of human resources in sport mgt
- • Sport management challenges
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Sport Management Principles is designed to provide students with an understanding of the Australian sport industry, the unique features of sport, and how sport organisations operate in the public, non-profit and professional sectors. The course provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of sport managers, relationships between professional administrators and volunteers, and current issues facing the industry.
- Essay: Problem-Based Case Study (40%)
- Interactive Oral (Interview) (25%)
- Report: Sport Organisation Environment. (35%)
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