Nexus between Organizational Behavior and Managerial Skill of Sports Clubs in Olympic Games

Authors

  • Kuo, Yen-Ku Professor of Bachelor Program in Leisure Industry Management, Commercial College, Chinese Culture University, Taipei City, Taiwan
  • Shen,Wei-Ting PhD student in College of Sports and Recreation, Graduate Institute of Sport,Leisure and Hospitality Management, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
  • Kuo, Yen-Lin Assistant Professor of Bachelor Program of Digital Media, Commercial College, Chinese Culture University, Taipei City, Taiwan.
  • Md. Monirul Islam Department of Business Administration, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh, mob:+88-01717481319
  • Edwin Ramirez-Asis Universidad Nacional Santiago Antunez de Mayolo, Huaraz, Peru.
  • Rumi iqbal doewes Faculty of Sport, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Jl. Ir. Sutami, 36A, Kentingan, Surakarta, Indonesia

Keywords:

Organization Behavior, Managerial Skills, Sports Clubs, Olympic Games, Individual Behavior, Group Dynamics

Abstract

Volunteers in sports, full-time employees, trainers, coaches, and administrative support personnel all have varying degrees of commitment to their careers and organizations. Athletes are encouraged to participate actively in sports by coaches, parents, and trainers. This benefits players by promoting physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle to increase international and local collaboration. A sports organization comprises a championship, players, managing board, local cooperation, leagues, sports clubs, and men's and women's teams that oversee and conduct the organization's activities. Whether temporary or permanent, sports organizations are tasked with the responsibility of safeguarding the rights of their members. The research design was chosen to collect data using a combination of purposive sampling and snowball sampling. Purposive sampling enabled researchers to select respondents familiar with the requisite degree of knowledge. A questionnaire was used to obtain the data. Fifty respondents took part in this study. Out of 50 responders, 35 were male, and 15 were female. SEM PLS 3.3.7v was used to evaluate the collected data. The findings demonstrated a high positive correlation between the factors.

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Published

2022-01-12

How to Cite

Kuo, Yen-Ku, Shen,Wei-Ting, Kuo, Yen-Lin, Md. Monirul Islam, Edwin Ramirez-Asis, & Rumi iqbal doewes. (2022). Nexus between Organizational Behavior and Managerial Skill of Sports Clubs in Olympic Games. Revista De Psicología Del Deporte (Journal of Sport Psychology), 30(4), 105-115. Retrieved from https://rpd-online.com/index.php/rpd/article/view/604