Volume 4, Issue 7 (8-2014)                   JRSM 2014, 4(7): 149-163 | Back to browse issues page

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The Application of BSC Approach in Performance Evaluation of the Physical Education Offices of Iranian Universities. JRSM 2014; 4 (7) :149-163
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The present study aims to find a suitable method for the performance evaluation of physical education offices of Iranian universities. The method used is of descriptive-analytical with field-gathered data. Were used The population was comprised of all the academic sports scholars including university lecturers, the physical education headquarters evaluators, and the managers of physical education offices of universities, out of sample 25 were purposefully selected on level of education and job experience basis using Delphi theoretical framework. In terms of the 17 experts who fully completed questionnaires were used in data analysis. The Res tool was a researcher-made questionnaire whose face and content validities were approved by a group of lecturers and their validities by Chronbach’s Alpha coefficient(&alpha=78%). Following two steps of Delphi implementation, the scholars came to an agreement(W=0.703)putting a number of 13 elements with 61 criteria in the four main perspectives of Balanced Score Card(BSC).Subsequently, each criterion’s coefficient was measured using factor analysis. The Criteria of Government Resources Acquirement, Executive Plans for Customer Participation, Management and Planning, and Growth enjoyed higher coefficients in Financial, Customer, Internal Processes, and Growth and Learning Perspectives, respectively. The proposed BSC can be a powerful tool for the evaluation and formulation of physical education offices of universities strategies available to the managers of such offices.
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Published: 2014/08/15

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