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20 Cards in this Set

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gross national sport product (GNSP)
total economic output of the sport industry in the US
associated economic activity
money spent by sport participants, spectators, and sponsors
extreme (action) sports
general term for a collection of newer sports involving adrenaline-inducing action; often include a combo of speed, height, danger, and spectacular stunts
discretionary funds
money left over after necessary expenditures (e.g. rent, fod, car payment, insurance) have been made
underrepresented groups
people who traditionally haven't been hired in sport management positions (women, black people, handicapped people)
building up or maintaining of informal relationships, especially with people who could bring advantages such as job or business opportunities
organizational culture
workplace values, norms, and behaviors that produce patterns of behavior unique to an organization
workforce diversity`
people of different ages, genders, religions, etc. working together in an organization
skills and knowledge necessary for successful performance in the job
bureaucratic model
organizational design that stresses specialization, division of labor, hierarchy, formal rules and standard of operating procedures
principled decision making
basing decisions on the "6 pillars of character" - trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship (responsible participation in society)
sport management
refers to all people, activities, businesses, and organizations involved in producing, facilitating, promoting &/or organizing any sport product
product-typed model
based on products sold by business in sport industry (most important to marketers)
economic impact model
concerned with economic activity of teams within the sports sector
sport activity model
main concern is sport activity itself (trading and selling memorabilia
the golden rule
act the way you expect other to act towards you
the utilitarian principle
act the way that results in the greatest good for the greatest number of people
kant's categorical imperative
act in a way that the action taken under the circumstance could be universal law or rule of thumb
professional ethic
take only actions that would be viewed proper by professionals outside of your profession or that dislike your field
TV test
make a decision that you would feel comfortable discussing on national television