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Hossein Eydi, Rahim Ramzaninezhad, Bahram Yousefi, Seyyed Nasrollah Sajjadi,
Volume 2, Issue 4 (12-2012)

It is widely recognized that the performance measurement of organizations should help them in their strategic decisions and in their capacity to evaluate their successes. This study uses the Competing Value Framework )CVF) for measurement the organizational effectiveness of four federations of basketball, handball, taekwondow and Weight lifting. Those federations were selected according to a goal oriented and non casual method that all of sport federation stakeholders (professional employee, president, and vice-president, secretary, coaches, national athletes and referees) selected as a sample (N=236) and 167 people participated in research (70 0/0). Self-management OE questionnaire in sport conducted according to survey of literature and using exploratory factor analysis in study showed the 62 questions that evaluate four quadrant and eight sub factors of human relations model (Flexibility, Resources) Internal process model (organizational interaction, Stability) open systems model(worked force cohesion, worked force expert) and rational-goal model (Planning, Productivity), according the CVF.  Result showed that between four quadrants of effectiveness in sport federations, rational goal model (Planning, Productivity) has a most important quadrant. Descriptive result of eight factor of effectiveness in CVF showed that factors of flexibility, planning, organizational interaction and human resource cohesion basketball, in factor of resource, productivity and human resource expert the tekvandow and in a stability factor Weight lifting has a good state in comparison of other federations.
Homayoon Abbasi, Seyed Nasrollah Sajjadi, Anooshiravan Kazemnejad,
Volume 3, Issue 5 (4-2013)

Today, the organizational culture variable is the main focus of analysis in many organizational studies. In the last years, this construct, has found special status in the field of sport management researches. This study aims to validate and investigate the psychometric properties of organizational culture assessment instrument (OCAI) based on the competing values framework model (CVF) in Iranian sport organizations (federations). The methodology of the present research is based on a correlation study (A factor analysis type of covariant matrix or correlation through principle components analysis method). The statistical population includes 52 sport federations (703 sport experts). In confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) method, the number of samples was determined according to the number of variables and 253 subjects (83.77%) were selected in a stratified random sampling method as final samples. The data were collected through OCAI and the construct validity, also, analyzed using LISREL 8.70 software and a CFA method.  The results obtained showed that OCAI questionnaire was a multi-dimensional construct and the four OCAI factors were confirmed to be as cultural profiles: Clan (6 items), Adhocracy (6 items), Market (6 items) and Hierarchy (6 items). The other result, confirmed the OCAI reliability suitability by computing internal consistency through cronbach &alpha test (r=0/86). Considering the confirmation of psychometric properties of OCAI and cultural profiles in factor analysis, organizational culture assessment instrument (OCAI) based on the competing values framework model (CVF) seems to be an appropriate instrument and theoretical framework for assessing the organizational culture in Iranian sports organizations (federations). Therefore, it is suggested that sport management researchers attempt to assess the organizational culture by using OCAI questionnaire in Iranian sport organizations.
Tahereh Nedaee, Seyyed Amir Ahmad Mozafari,
Volume 3, Issue 6 (12-2013)

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between power bases of sport federations' president (PBSP-other) with employees effectiveness. Population of this study was employees included of experts, federation committee chiefs and vise chiefs federation committee, n=288 that completed (POSP-other) questionnaire and employees Effectiveness. PBSP–other questionnaire (with 15 questions) and the items of employees effectiveness questionnaire consisted  20 questions includes: Job satisfaction 6 questions, job stress 6 questions, job performance 4 questions and intend to stay 4 questions. After translation process  and confirmation, with commentary of experts, face and content validity of the questionnaire were performed using confirmatory and construct validity factor analysis. Reliability of each scale was tested: POSP_other Cronbach's alpha =0/95 and employees effectiveness Cronbach's alpha=.81. Pearson correlation coefficient and hierarchical multiple regression analyses were performed on data from employees. The results indicated POSP_other were: legitment, refrent, expert, reward and punishment respectively and significant relationship were found between PBSP-other and employees effectiveness, r=0/35. Hierarchical multiple regression analyses revealed that amoung power bases, referent power was better predictor for employees effectiveness.

Volume 4, Issue 8 (12-2014)

The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between conflict management styles and performance of national sport federations heads. The statistical population of this investigation included presidents and vice- presidents of national sport federations. (According to 52 federations, they were 150 people) that all of them considered as the survey samples. According to the aims of survey standard questionnaire of conflict management styles (Putnam & Wilson) and Achieve (Hersey and Goldsmith) were used. Reliability of questionnaires was estimated by Cronbach Alpha that the coefficients for these instruments were r=0/82 & r=0/84. The data analysis was done using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results indicated that federations’ heads prefer to use collaboration and compromising styles first and then avoidance, accommodation and domination. In the case of performance, seven factors of achieve model in order were found as ability, clarity, validity, environment, evaluation, organizational support and incentive. There was a significant positive relation between performance and collaboration style and also significant negative relation between performance and domination & compromising, but there was not any relation between performance and avoidance accommodation styles.

Volume 4, Issue 8 (12-2014)

The purpose of this study was to determin the role of job satisfaction in relationship between organizational culture and turnover intention in expert of sport federations. Research instruments was Woodjob satisfaction (1986), Cameron and Quinn(1990) organizational justice, and cummann(1979) turnover intention Questionnaires. Reliability of research questionnaires after a pilot study approved. Cronbach's alpha of research instruments equal to 0/84, 0/93, 0/86 respectively. Statistical Society of the study was expert of sport federations and sample population included 227 experts. For data analysis and identification the effect of research variable structural equation modeling used. Findings showed, the effect of Organizational culture on job satisfaction is significant (&beta=0/635, t=15/97), and on turnover intention was negative. (&beta=-0/185, t=2/11). Also finding showed that the effect of job satisfaction on turnover intention is significant and negative effect (&beta=-0/225, t=2/39). Other finding of research is that indirect effect of organizational culture (&beta=-0/328, t=5/21) on turnover intention greater than direct effect of it (-1/96&le T value &le+1/96). Generaly, can be said, to create an strong organizational culture, officials headquarters of sport federations, should be Aligned Their strategic plans together, thereby provide the proper background for achievement of organizational and individual goals, that improve the level of job satisfaction of staffs  and decrease the level of turnover intention of their
Mrs Bouzh Mehrani , Dr Mohamad Hosein Razavi, Dr Mortaza Doosti, Dr Hosein Akbari Yazdi,
Volume 8, Issue 16 (12-2018)

The purpose of this study was to assess the status of quality management in basic and medalist federations of Iran based on EFQM-AHP Approach. Thus descriptive- survey method was conducted in two steps. First the EFQM criteria was prioritized and weighted based on paired-comparison questionnaire (AHP) through top managers of federations and then the standard self-assessment questionnaire of organizational excellence that was valid and reliable, distributed between samples (150 p) to evaluate the quality management and excellence of federations. Result of AHP showed that orderly key performance results, strategy, leadership, costumer’s results, people results, partnership and resources, society results, processes and people had high priorities and result of self-assessment showed that swimming, shooting, gymnastic, rowing, athletics and boxing federations had highest excellence orderly. The results show that implementation the quality management approaches based on recommendation of excellence model or other similar models is inevitable and could predict the succession in international events.
Ghodsieh Sangtarash, Vahid Saatchian, Javad Mohammadkhani, Mohammad Keshtidar,
Volume 100, Issue 100 (10-2020)

The aim of this study was Identifying the mental pattern of experts regarding sustainable revenue generation for sports federations (Karate, Judo, Taekwondo Federations). The current research is applied in terms of its purpose and exploratory analytical in terms of method, and based on the type of operations used, this research is of a mixed type. The statistical population of the research includes professors of sports management, managers of selected federations, and opinionated managers of the National Olympic Committee, who were investigated based on previous experiences using a purposeful sampling method with a snowball approach until the saturation point, in the number of 25 people. In the Delphi phase, the components and sub-components of the research were determined. Then the extracted factors were stratified using Q modeling by using Q factor analysis and SPSS 25 software. The findings showed that the most important revenue generating factors of the selected federations include the provision of non-sports products used by athletes by the federation, sponsors of athletes, income from the World Federation for the development of basic sports, income from participating in world competitions, annual contributions from the World Federation, Incomes from coaching classes, tuition fees for membership in basic teams, annual contributions from the Ministry of Sports, incomes from participating in world competitions. Therefore, it can be concluded that economic activities under the supervision of the federation to provide the products and services needed by athletes and to develop sources of income outside the federation should be included in the agenda of the federations.

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