Different sports operate according to different models. Since not everything we learn from sports is transferable to the world of business, what’s needed is a situational perspective. As a precondition for using sports as a meaningful analogy and a model for firms, first we have to identify the distinctive features of sports in general, and the unique traits of specific disciplines and individual clubs. Then we need to evaluate these contexts, select the ones with similar characteristics, and pinpoint the factors they have in common that we can learn from and transfer to our own business environment.
- Chapter 1: Why Sport and Management?
- from Leading Teams: Tools and Techniques for Successful Team Leadership from the Sports World
- Publisher: Jossey-Bass
- Released: May 2013
how you can differential between sport and business model if they are applicable to one another
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