Presentation on theme: "Chapter 8 Sport Management"— Presentation transcript:
1 Chapter 8 Sport Management Organizing and Staffing
2 Coordinating for Success A business can only be as good as the people it employsHuman resources management consist of all activities involved with hiring , developing , and paying the individuals responsible for doing the organizations work.
3 What is important to an employee? Brainstorm your thoughts
4 What is important to An employee? The things that all employees are interested in :SalaryFringe BenefitsWorking hoursWork place facility conditionQuality of the co-workersAbility to advance in an organizationOther?
5 Involves matching people with the best skills for each job. EmploymentInvolves matching people with the best skills for each job.Because training is expensive, selecting the best match for a job is financially important for a company.Internships are often the best method top get your foot in the door of an organization
6 Job SpecificationsThis is a written list of all of the qualifications a worker needs to successfully complete the job “Often similar to a job description with the technical requirements needed to get the job done”
7 Resume’A resume is a summary of an applicants previous and current job experiences .A cover letter explains why the applicant is qualified for the position and request an interview.
9 Improving Employee Performance Orientation is the initial training to make new workers feel comfortable with their jobs and the organization. Staff development activites may include additional training with technology, new management, and being productive in the job.
10 Human Resource Departments Are responsible to prepare the new employees for their job responsibilities.
11 Match MakingEach person hired by a company has strengths that should be fully utilized.Coordinating requires the manager to match the best employee to the task that needs to be completed.
12 Employee RelationsHuman resource department assurs effective communication between employees and management. Labor unions often represent sports and entertainment industries. Unions bargain with management for their members wages, hours, and working conditions.
13 Employee PerformanceIs often evaluated in relation to the company’s mission Managers must evaluate the employees they supervise and work to improve performance.
14 360 Degree Feedback System This system evaluates an employee based upon information form a range of people who have contact with the employee. These evaluators may be from inside or outside of the company
15 PromotionsPromotions are based upon outstanding employee performance. Peers, customers, and suppliers may all contribute to the employees evaluation
16 Class work Ethics in Action Page 193 Intermission 194 Encore Page 195 # 1,2,3
17 NFL Labor Negotiations What is presently happening in the NFLSee classjump website below for the class assignmentNFL labor Negotiations.docx NFL Labor Negotiations -Chapter 8 (13.08 KB) Use this document to support Chapter 8 employee and staffing curriculum
18 Networking and Delegating Delegation is passing duties to another employee or team member with the expectation that the individual will complete the responsibilityThe person who delegates the job down to another worker is ultimately responsible for the quality of the work.If the work isn’t completed properly they must correct or suffer the repercussion of a substandard outcome.
19 Latest Trends in Business GlobalizationAdvanced Computer TechnologyDiversity in staffingNetworking
20 NetworkingNetworking involves creating and maitaining relationships that are beneficial to all participating partiesA strong college alumni association and/or internship program offers early career networking opportunities for young professional
21 What Skills do Employers Need? A strong work ethicA person who can act on their ownSelf directionAccountabilitySuccess is measured by the ability to find information, proces it, and use it.
22 What Skills do Employers Need? Effective Communication SkillsDecision- Making SkillsAbility to work on a team
23 Focal Point TeamsAre charged with working on each others goals to accomplish the mission and strategic objectives of the organization.
24 Management Careers in Sports and Entertainment A career development program is a long-term organizational plan that includes a career path, effective communication, effective performance reviews, career counseling, and training and development.
25 Starting a CareerStudents interested in a sports program should seek job observation opportunities or internshipsMost management positions require either an undergraduate or a master’s degree.
26 Career PortfolioA portfolio is an organized collection of information and materials developed to tell a story about you. A portfolio should include clear descriptions of your achievements and career preparation. A portfolio is useful for conducting self-assessment and for selling your qualifications to prospective employers.
27 Qualifications for a Sports Management Career Outstanding Organizational Skills (Sport Camp Organizer)Financial Management ( All management positions)Budgeting Skills (Athletic Directors for universities)Time Management(College Coaches)Awareness of NCAA Rules(College Coaches)Contracts and Legal Matters (Sport Agent)
28 Class Work Intermission 198 Intermission 199 Encore page 200 #1-5 Intermission topIntermission 202 bottomIntermission 204
29 Class Work Chapter 8 Review page 206 #1-13 Make Connections Page 208 #19,24Quiz Chapter 8