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3 2019, 7(26): 95-106 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of productivity indices of sport federations in the championship dimension by component (material, financial, human)
Edgar Shamounian 1, Fariba Mohammadian2 , Zahra Nobakht ramezani2 , Kambiz Kamkari3
1- Azad university Qazvin Branch , edgar_shamounian@yahoo.com
2- Azad university Qazvin Branch
3- Azad university Islamshahr Branch
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In this research, with the aim of evaluating championship productivity indicators in Iranian Olympic federations, a research project that is influenced by a limited time domain is introduced as a guide to studying trends and Using a researcher-made questionnaire, the content, formality, appearance, and criterion of the synchronous type were evaluated by the reliability of the instrument emphasizing the Cronbach's alpha method, and with a coefficient of 0.92, the reliability coefficient was obtained. Interview and calendar of the sports federations in three The financial, material, and human components are empirical data in the champion dimension of the 24 Olympic federations of Iran, including base groups, playing with ball and rockets, in the opinion of senior managers of federations, which, according to the number of Olympic federations of all federations, were considered as a total number as a statistical sample. According to inferential statistics analysis, t-test statistical models (in order to assess the views of experts and managers of Olympic federations in relation to productivity indices), and using the method of lysis and prioritization, the coefficients t, showed that the Iranian sports federations in the champion component show lower standard productivity in financial, material, and human components.
Keywords: Championship dimension, Effectiveness of sports organizations, Olympic federations, productivity indicators, productivity of Olympic federations, productivity of sports organizations
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