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Activities of sport managers
RADOŠ, Jan
The goal of the work was analyse and evaluate activities and competences of sport managers in semi-professional competitions. Completing the team by players from professional clubs was found out as a main aspect of the cooperation during the survey. Nevertheless, this kind of cooperation had no predetermined goals, which could be controlled. A positive finding out has come in cooperation at the youth-level. The clubs cooperate much more here, for example by attending the coaches from the professional clubs at the practices of youths. Even the clubs evaluate this cooperation more positive. Regarding finances, the managers of semi-professional clubs are mostly satisfied with the support of towns, where are situated. Some clubs can take pleasure from the quite significant support. The shortcomings were occurred at the partners of clubs, primarily in the period of agreed cooperation. One-year contracts are not ideal considering the future of the clubs. Therefore, it is in the manager's own interest to negotiate bigger number of long-term partnerships, eventually try to replace the short-term partnerships by the long-term ones. The last surveyed field was focused on ensuring the equipment for sportsmen. There was found out if the managers buy the equipment as effectively as possible and if they delegate other persons by competences in this area. If not, these competences must be handled by the managers. To above mentioned points were suggested the activities for sport managers, which could be helpful for their daily work.
Activity of Regional Development Actors on the Case of Community Initiative Programme INTERREG IIIA Czech Republic - Austria
Radoš, Jan ; Blažek, Jiří (advisor) ; Jeřábek, Milan (referee)
The thesis submitted focuses on regional differentiation of local and regional development actors and on results of their activities. The analysis has been conducted on the case of Community Initiative Programme INTERREG IIIA Czech Republic - Austria implemented in 2004-2006 programming period on the Czech territory. The analysis provided is set in context of European Union Economic and Social Cohesion Policy evaluation. Essential sources of data for the analysis are the outputs from Monitoring system of Structural Funds-MONIT. Integral part of the analysis is evaluation of regional differentiation of regional development actors following their place of projects realized. Thematic typology of projects and involvement of Austrian partners in projects realized on territory of Regions of South Bohemia, Vysočina and South Moravia have been addressed. Final part of the thesis identifies factors influencing regional differentiation of activities of regional development actors. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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