Chapter 3: Management Theory and Human Resources
Management is defined as the achievement of predetermined objectives (based on
goals or missions) while working through others such as employees and contractors.
The difference between f
Chapter 5: Facility Site and Design
Site location is one of the most important considerations when planning a sport facility.
Private organizations that are considering building will have different goals from the
entities involved in a pub
Chapter 4: Facility Planning
Fundamentals of Planning
Planning can help make an otherwise unworkable deal work.
Planning needs to examine unique solutions that accommodate the needs of multiple
Capital Planning-money gain
There is no one corr
Chapter 6: Facility Construction
There are two primary ways to build a sport facility
o First is to determine how much money might be available for the project and
then to fit the facility into the budget.
o The other approach is referred to as planned ap
Chapter 1: History and Future of Sport and Public Assembly Facility
Another equally important term is public assembly facility (PAF)- include sport facilities
as well as other entertainment or no entertainment facilities where large groups of
Chapter 2: Facility Management
What is Facility Management?
Facility Management- the art and science of managing a facility to help meet the
facilitys objectives, goals, and mission.
Managers may have to design and launch a new facility, but this proces
Chapter 4 and 5 Questions
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1. Planning is important an existing facility because planning for an existing facility entails
examining the current uses and future potential uses. Some things that go i