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SPTE 203 Sport Event Operations.ppt Part 2

SPTE 203 Sport Event Operations.ppt Part 2 - Sport Event...

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Sport Event Operations Part 2
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Strategic Planning Agree Upon Event Goals Conceptualize the Event’s Purpose and Focus Should Be Done Before Dealing with specific Logistical Concerns
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Strategic Planning SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats
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SWOT Analysis Probably around a long time. First documented in the 1950’s. Used by U.S. military. Strengths and weaknesses generally within. Opportunities and threats generally outside. Involves outside social, cultural, economic, and political environments.
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SWOT Analysis Threats can be in many forms. Should develop alternative courses of action to deal with threats. Plans should be measurable in order to evaluate success of plan. Checklists to examine SWOT.
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Conceptual Planning Event Staff Planning Process Paid (full-time, temporary, loaned, seconded) Volunteer Contracted
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Event Staff Planning Process Just one part of overall event staffing.
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