The second edition of TSE Consulting's book, The New Sports Organisation: eight essentials for renewing the management of sport
is now available for purchase.
The purpose of the
book, which was first published in 2009, is to present a view of the essentials needed to successfully
manage today`s sports organisation, based on research and theory and
tested by consultants worldwide in various different sports.
The New Sports Organisation
is a synthesis of the experiences
TSE has collected from working with national and international sports
organisations around the world since the company`s creation in 2002.
The book, mirroring the professional service TSE offers its clients,
combines these experiences with relevant management theory.
The second edition of the book contains new interviews with leaders of sports organisations and detailed case studies reflecting how sports organisations around the world are managing the eight essentials described in the book. Interviews and cases from Athletics, Cricket, Rugby, Archery, Skiing, Basketball, Wrestling, Equestrian and Football are included, as well as from various Olympic Committees including Brazil, Qatar, Switzerland, and the United States, among others.
Gunilla Lindberg, Secretary General of the Association of National Olympic Committees, said: "Management theory needs to be combined with the reality of sport and this book showcases how this is being done at all levels of sport."
Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the British Olympic Association, said: "This book sets out to provide sports organisations with tools to develop and prosper in the modern era."
Lars Haue-Pedersen, Managing Director of TSE Consulting, said: "The first edition of our sports management book was very well received and so we are happy to now provide this updated and expanded new edition. In our day to day work we focus on taking practical
experiences and combining them with important management concepts and
the book reflects this way of working. Too often the
approach we have seen is either too theoretical or only founded in
individual practical examples and so we have tried to combine the two
in order to be helpful to sports organisations worldwide."
To order your copy of TSE's book today, please click here