Managing Sport Facilities
by Gil Fried
Student textbook or professionals' bible? This book has the lot. Whether you are a student studying for a career in sport facility management or are ... Show synopsis Student textbook or professionals' bible? This book has the lot. Whether you are a student studying for a career in sport facility management or are a current manager wanting to keep up-to-date, this book takes care of all your needs. "Managing Sport Facilities" engages students with a clear writing style, extensive real-world examples and information on managing a wide range of facilities, from professional sport stadiums to smaller health clubs, colleges. As managers require more extensive knowledge to meet the needs of large, high-tech sport and recreation facilities, this edition has been updated to with new features including a section on security issues and more information on risk management. "Managing Sport Facilities" offers updated content in the Facility Focus and Behind the Scenes sections, which bring the theories and concepts to life by citing specific examples of strategies used to make a facility and the facility manager, more successful. Facility Manager profiles are included in each chapter, so that students can receive a close-up look at the challenges and rewards that practising managers experience in their daily work. A full array of ancillaries make teaching from this book simplicity itself. An online instructor guide, test package and presentation package are all available.