Managing People in Sport Organizations
Routledge – 2007 – 328 pages
Managing People in Sport Organizations provides a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of managing people within a human resource management framework. It provides the reader with the skills to understand and work with people in sport organizations and, given the significant changes in sport organizations over the past twenty years, it addresses the issues of managing organizational complexity and how human resources adds value. Written by a team of expert authors it:
With each chapter including learning objectives, key issues, international cases studies and supported by online PowerPoint slides Managing People in Sport Organizations is the definitive text for this crucial area of sports management.
1. Introduction 2. Managing Human Resources in Sport Organisations 3. Job Analysis and Design in Sport Organisations 4. Recruiting and selecting candidates in Sport Organisations 5. Orienting New Employee and Volunteers in Sport Organisations 6. Training and Development in Sport Organisations 7. Performance Management and Appraisal in Sport Organisations 8. Motivation and Reward Systems in Sport Organisations 9. Sport Organisations and Managing Outsourcing Arrangements 10. Sport Organisations and Succession management11. Sport Organisations and Diversity Management 12. Sport Organisations and Employee Relations 13. Managing Change and Future Challenges
Tracy Taylor, Professor and Associate Dean in the Faculty of Business, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Alison Doherty, Associate Professor, School of Kinesiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Peter McGraw, Associate Professor, Director of Labour-Management Studies Foundation, Macquarie University, Australia