Posjedovanje predispozicija za uspješnost obavljanja menadžerskih poslova u sportu

Volume 8, Issue 1 (2018)

Posjedovanje predispozicija za uspješnost obavljanja menadžerskih poslova u sportu
Branimir Mikić, Izet Banda, Božo Vuletić, Asim Bojić, Semir Bojić
The aim of this research is to determine the possession of predisposition for the success of doing business management in the sport. The study was conducted on a sample of 120 managers of sports clubs in Tuzla Canton and Brcko District. A sample of 20 variables is drawn from the survey “Do you have the potential to be a manager?”. Survey results showed that 31 respondents possess many skills and abilities that are required for a successful manager, 63 respondents have some of the skills and abilities to successfully manage, and 26 respondents do not possess adequate skills and the ability to successfully manage others. It is obvious that respondents who want to be successful managers need to pay attention to the managerial skills and techniques in which they feel the weakest. It is logical that different levels of management require different levels of given skills and knowledge. At lower levels of management the need for a higher level of technical knowledge is pronounced. The fact is that – top managers, in contrast to managers at lower levels of the organization, must have a high ability of conceptual thinking based on a high degree of creation and imagination. These are the qualities and skills that cannot be acquired through the educational process.
Ključne riječi: 
managers, skills, abilities, management, success
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