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SPORTS MANAGEMENT

SPORTS MANAGEMENT

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CHAPTER 1
SPORTSMANAGEMENT
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course the students will be able to:1. define sports management.2. identify the objectives of sports management.3. recognize the importance of having knowledge in sports management.4. participate actively in the discussion of the lesson.
CONCEPT OF SPORTS MANAGEMENT
Sports management is the application of management science tothe creation and development of sporting events.In recent years, sports management has emerged as a field of education and vocation concerning the business aspects of sports. It hasbecome a degree program that many consider to be the ultimate way toenjoy their career. The success or failure of any sports program depends on how it isplanned, executed, evaluated, and corrected. No program can be assuredof success in all places at all times even when executed by the
three Ms
such as
materials resources, manpower and method used.
Theintervening variables and the internal as well as the external factorsgreatly influence the result of the program. This chapter will be the discussion of the organization andmanagement of sports, which will include the planning of schoolintramurals and actual implementation of the management of sports.
WHAT IS SPORT MANAGEMENT?Sport management
is an integral part of our culture and is asignificant part of the leisure services sector. Sport management can bedefined as “any combination of skills related to planning, organizing,controlling, budgeting, leading and evaluating within the context of anorganization, whose primary product is related to sport and/or physicalactivity”. Sport is organized, promoted and managed by a broadspectrum of formal organizations including not-for-profit community-basedvoluntary associations, provincial and national organizations as well as theprivate and commercial (for-profit) sectors. Volunteers are an essentialpart of the sport delivery system and fulfil many roles (e.g.,board/committee positions, coaching, officials).
 
Sports management
is simply defined as “any combination of skills related to planning, organizing, controlling, budgeting, leading andevaluating within the context of an organization, whose primary product isrelated to sport and/or physical activity”.
OBJECTIVES OF SPORTS MANAGEMENT
 To imbibe in the hearts and minds of the students that sport is apotent factor in making a person mentally alert, physically healthyand emotionally stable. A sport is also a very important social asset.
 To create awareness among teachers, coaches, trainers, and sportsofficials that impressive sports management brings about successthat has tremendous impact on the students. Athletes’ interest,involvement and performance, as well as adult managers andofficials.
 To further elevate the status of sports in the region and in thecountry and to contribute to the realization of the national objective.
INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
 This is a phase of the school physical education program whichbelong to extra-class or recreational program. Every one is encouragedplaying to the best of their abilities and making an effort to win within thespirit of the rules. Win-at-all cost attitudes are inappropriate and stronglydiscouraged in Intramural Sports. Participants are expected to behave in acourteous and responsible manner on victory and defeat. The value of Intramural sports comes from playing, not winning.Sports activities can teach a lot about life, such as setting goals,teamwork and cooperation; but these positive values can only be learnedwhen the sport is enjoyable and played fairly. The foundation of theintramural competition will be based on the fair play principles of integrity, fairness and respect. Specifically, these principles are:
Respect the rules;
Respect the officials and their decisions;
Respect your opponent;
Maintain your self-control at all times.
PURPOSE OF INTRAMURAL
 To provide a safe, enjoyable environment for students of any skilllevel to participate in a variety of recreational activities;
 To provide exercise, recreation, and fun to participants in a relaxedand structured environment;
 
 To encourage physical fitness by offering quality sports andrecreational activities in order to promote healthy lifestyles,personal health fitness, and sportsmanship. Activities that areoffered are based on student interests and the facilities that areavailable for use;
 To provide opportunities to students compete against otherstudents.
HOW TO ORGANIZE AND MANAGE SPORTS ACTIVITIES
A well planned program should necessitate effective procedures forits management. Whether it is basketball, volleyball, softball, sepaktakraw or any individual or dual sports, the following ways could beconsidered:
1.Organizing Units for Competition
In organizing teams for competition varies among schools dependingon the suitability to the local situation.
2.Types of Competitions or Tournament
 There are numerous ways where a team or individual can compete withone another. Scheduling of games is needed in order to determine theteam to compete in the elimination round up to the championshipround. BYE is needed is in case the participating team is odd number. A“bye” is assigned to one or more teams who do not play during the firstround, so it is a rest for the team. To determine the number of byes isto subtract the number of teams from the next power of 2. An exampleis shown in figure 2. The following are ways to be considered in the selection of the type oelimination or tournament:a.Type of activityb.Number of competitorsc.Venued.Time
SINGLE ELIMINATION
 This type of elimination may be used when time is limited. It is theeasiest to organize and the quickest way to declare a winner.
N – 1
isthe formula to determine the number of games to be played.
 AW1
1
EW3B
3
CW5C
5
CHAMPIOND

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