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SMGT 3238 Ch 3 Spring 2011 notes

SMGT 3238 Ch 3 Spring 2011 notes - MANAGEMENTOFSPORT...

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MANAGEMENT OF SPORT  ORGANIZATIONS CHAPTER 3   GOALS AND EFFECTIVENESS IN  SPORT ORGANIZATIONS  
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MANAGEMENT OF SPORT ORGANIZATIONS CHAPTER 3  SWIMMING CANADA HAD A  PROBLEM WITH GOALS AND  EFFECTIVENESS   ? Be prepared to discuss
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Commonwealth Games:  Australia Canada England New Zealand Scotland  and  Wales , ETC. INTRODUCTION SWIMMING CANADA  EFFECTIVE OR NOT? 
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Commonwealth Games:  Australia Canada England New Zealand Scotland  and  Wales , ETC. INTRODUCTION THE CENTRAL TASKS OF SPORT  MANAGERS: A. EFFECTIVENESS B. EFFICIENCY  Please distinguish these concepts?
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Effectiveness has something to do with  your mission/goals Producing a  desired  outcome/result.
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Important outcomes ch 3 THIS CHAPTER DISCUSSES  1. IMPORTANCE OF GOALS  2. DIFFERENT TYPES OF GOALS  3. EFFECTIVENESS V EFFICIENCY 
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IMPORTANCE OF UNDERSTANDING  ORGANIZATIONAL  GOALS  AND  EFFECTIVENESS PURPOSE/IDENTITY GUIDELINES APPRAISING PERFORMANCE REDUCES UNCERTAINTY DIRECTION MOTIVATION LEGITIMACY
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Understanding Goals & Effectiveness What is your goal?  How is effectiveness  measured?
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Organizational Goals … CHANGE,  CONFLICT,   HAVE DIFFERENT  MEANINGS   For Those In The Organization
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ISSUES SURROUNDING GOALS
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1.GOALS SUPPORT THE PURPOSE OF  THE ORGANIZATION, for example
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  2. DECISION MAKING  IS  FACILITATED IN SUCH  AREAS AS: STRUCTURE PRODUCT EXPANSION PERSONNEL RECRUITMENT Often goals  conflict
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3.  PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL  IS FACILITATED :
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4. GOALS REDUCE  UNCERTAINTY…   FUTURE IS DETERMINED PLANNING FACILITATED SAILING WITH A RUDDER
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5.& 6.  DIRECTING AND  MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES…  
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7. GOALS ESTABLISH  LEGITIMACY… FUNDING BODIES ALUMNI CLIENTS & FANS
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