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The Role of Management Skills in the Selection of Management Model by Sports Managers

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Background. Despite the research being accomplished so far, there is no clear answer to the question that "Do management skills have effect in the selection of management model by sports managers". Objective(s). The present study aims to investigate the effect of technical, human, perceptual, and political skills on the selection of managerial model by sports managers. Methods. This is a descriptive-correlational study conducted using a survey method. The statistical population of the study comprised 405 managers of sport organizations, including managers of general directorate, sports departments, and other organs of Isfahan, of whom 199 individuals were selected with stratified random sampling as the statistical sample through Cochran's sample size formula. The Bass Management Model (1996) and Management Skills of Nazari (2015) were used as the instruments and their face and content validity and reliability were confirmed (0.91, α = 0.89). Results. Based on the results of this research, among management skills, managers' perceptual skills can predict power and explain changes in management styles of managers and can explain 39% of the variance of the managers' management styles. Based on Friedman's test, prioritization of the dimensions of management skills from the managers' point of view indicates that the perceptual skills (3.9) and political skills (2.1) respectively account for the highest and the lowest rank among the studied dimensions. Conclusion. Understanding the general problems of the organization helps managers to be more careful in selecting their styles and choosing the best management model. Although technical knowledge and human and political skills play a significant role, perceptual skills have the most effective role

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"The present study aims to investigate the effect of technical, human, perceptual, and political skills on the selection of managerial model by sports managers. Perceptual skills account for the highest share as they increase the power of understanding mutual effects of different sections of the organization and the ability to analyze organizational issues and problems, in turn affecting the selection of managerial models by sport managers. According to the results, the perceptual skills of managers can lead to changes in managerial model selection, as these skills increase the ability to understand the mutual effects of different sections of the organization and the ability to analyze organizational issues and problems, which in turn affects the selection of managerial models by sport managers. However, based on the results of this study, it can be stated that managers at all organizational levels need managerial skills (perceptual, human, technical and political skills), and the possession of such skills is important in determining effective management models for the organization. Considering the results of the present study, it can be inferred that by increasing the perceptual skills of managers, the ability to understand the interactions of different sections of the sports organization and the ability to analyze the issues and problems of these organizations in the form of internship classes and pre-service training improves, which in turn paves the groundwork for their perceptual ability for increasing the efficient and appropriate selection of management models."


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