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Oceania Highlights February 2018
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Oceania Highlights



26 February 2018

Dear Oceania Community,

Welcome to our first issue of 2018. This issue is dedicated to knowledge management in sport with the expectation of starting the conversation on how NOC's deal with capturing important knowledge and ultimately legacy planning. OSIC can assist your NOC explore these issues and find tailored knowledge solutions. 

***Announcement***
OSIC will be offering a new service where we track your athletes (Athlete's performance at official events). Please contact osic@onoc.org.fj for more information.  


Thank you very much and enjoy this issue. 

Martin V Burrows Jr. 
Oceania Sport Information Centre


Knowledge Management in Sports

Knowledge management field guide
Abstract
 The  guide  reflects  the  considerable  volume  of  good  practice  observed  with  the  trusts.  It  also provides  a  framework  for  organisations  interested  in  bringing  knowledge  management  (KM)  closer to the centre of their strategic efforts. The guide was developed by Sport NZ.


Sports knowledge management and data mining
Abstract
Vast amounts of sports data are routinely collected about players, coaching decisions and game events. Making sense of this data is important to those seeking an edge.

Knowledge management in youth sport organizations
Abstract
The thesis examines the potential that knowledge management offers to youth sports organizations and its current state in a specific youth sports organization.

The condition of knowledge management in sport organizations
Abstract
In the world where significant changes are made in a matter of seconds instead of centuries,creating ideas and knowledge that are in line with these changes could create competitive
advantages.

Enabling event volunteer legacies: a knowledge management perspective
Abstract
Human capital development delivered through the volunteers is espoused as one legacy outcome of hosting mega-sporting events such as the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Governance and knowledge management and transfer : the case of the Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games
Abstract
This paper examines the relationship between knowledge management/transfer processes and (good) governance practices in sports events.

Olympic ambush marketing networks and knowledge transfer : examining their impact on the institutionalization of anti-ambush marketing legislation
Abstract
This article examines how Olympic ambush marketing stakeholder power and transfer of sponsorship, as well as ambush marketing knowledge, have influenced institutional processes leading to the institutionalization of anti-ambush legislation over the years.

Research on the management of sports organizations
Abstract
This study is a part of a broader research approach that was undertaken to develop a strategy for developing sports organization, which was the diagnosis management of football clubs.

Analyse of the expectations of the sports management students in terms of quality
Abstract
At the present time sport managers should have field specific qualifications instead of the qualifications of any manager. Accordingly, sports management programs which sport managers have trained have to meet expectations of the students and partners.

Sports organizations – management and science
Abstract
Latest research has outlined the connection between management and sports, giving a new meaning to the field of sports management, which can enrich the scientific content of sports.

Sports organization management: between constraints and objectives
Abstract
The  economic  and  social  life  of  an  economic  agent  (organization)  is  dominated  by  the   specific  organization  manner  and  the rapports  between  the  various  categories  of  physical  or  legal  persons  who  are  directly  or  indirectly  involved  in  its  activity  and management.

Management tools in sport performance
Abstract
Due to the fact that sports training represents a complex process which involves planning, organization, leading and assessments, a managerial approach becomes the key of the 'athletes' successful preparation, by providing various tools for each component of the performance activity.

 Assess the current status and compare of knowledge management and its dimensions based on gold's model in selected sport organizations in Iran from their staff managers' view
 Abstract
 In this study the current state of was taken into account by comparing in selected sports organizations. This study is a  descriptive  one  of  survey  research  type  that  was conducted  using  field  method.


The nutrition for sport knowledge questionnaire (NSKQ): development and validation using classical test theory and Rasch analysis.
Abstract
Appropriate dietary intake can have a significant influence on athletic performance.
 

 



 
     

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OSIC is the regional sports information centre that's headquartered at The University of the South Pacific and funded by the  Oceania National Olympic Committees.
     

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