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.
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Thank you very much and enjoy this issue.
Martin V Burrows Jr.
Oceania Sport Information Centre
Knowledge Management in Sports
Knowledge management field guide
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.
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.