شناسایی راهبردها و پیامدهای سلامت اداری در صنعت فوتبال ایران

نوع مقاله: مقاله پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 دکتری مدیریت ورزشی دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی

2 دانشیار مدیریت ورزشی دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی

3 دانشیار سنجش و اندازه‌گیری دانشگاه علامه طباطبائی

چکیده

هدف: هدف پژوهش حاضر، شناسایی راهبردها و پیامدهای سلامت اداری در صنعت فوتبال ایران بود.
روش‌شناسی: این پژوهش از نوع پژوهش‌های اکتشافی و دارای ماهیّت کیفی بود که به صورت پی در پی انجام پذیرفت. گردآوری داده‌ها با استفاده از مطالعه اسناد و مصاحبه با 17نفر ازصاحب‌نظران (با یکی از نمونه‌ها دو بار مصاحبه شد) حوزه فوتبال به صورت مصاحبه عمیق و نیمه‌ساختارمند بود که با استفاده از روش نمونه‌گیری هدفمند و با تکنیک گلوله برفی انتخاب و تا رسیدن به اشباع نظری ادامه یافت. سپس داده‌های حاصل از مصاحبه‌ها به روش تئوری زمینه‌یابی (گرندد تئوری) در سه مرحله کدگذاری‌های باز، محوری و گزینشی تجزیه و تحلیل شدند.
یافته‌ها: یافته‌ها بیانگر وجود 54 گویه مؤثر در بحث راهبردها بود که در یازده مقوله فرعی (مؤلفه)؛ آموزش تخصصی و عمومی، تدوین قوانین ارتقاء، ایجاد نظارت و ارزیابی، برخورد قضائی با تخلّفات، اصول مدیریتی و فردی، ایجاد ساختار، کاهش انحصارطلبی، تصمیم‌گیری مشارکتی و برنامه محوری بود که در پنج مقولۀ اصلی دسته‌بندی شدند. همچنین در بحث پیامدها نیز در دو مقولۀ فرعی جنبه فوتبالی و جنبه اجتماعی در مقولۀ اصلی توسعه و پیشرفت فوتبال طبقه‌بندی شدند.
نتیجه‌گیری: به طور کلی بر اساس یافته‌های این پژوهش، راهبردها و پیامدهای ارائه شده می‌تواند به مسئولین حاکمیّتی در راستای بهبود سلامت اداری و مقابله با بروز فساد و در نتیجه توسعه و بالندگی صنعت فوتبال کمک شایانی نماید.

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عنوان مقاله [English]

Determine Strategies and Consequences of Administrative Iintegrity in Football Industry of Iran

نویسندگان [English]

  • Ahmad Mahmoudi 1
  • Habib i Honar 2
  • Jalil Younesi 3
  • javad Shahlaee Bagheri 2
1 Ph.D. in Sport Management Allameh Tabataba’i University
2 Associate Professor of Sports Management Allameh Tabataba'i University
3 Associate Professor of Assessment and Measurement Allameh Tabataba'i University
چکیده [English]

Objective: The aim of present study is to determine strategies and consequences of administrative integrity in football industry of Iran.
Methodology: The study is an exploration research and is considered as qualitative conducted sequentially. The data gathered through documents and interview for 17 scholars-one of them interviewed twice- about football in deep-interview and semi-structured forms. The sample selected through subjective sampling and snowball approach and interviewing continued to get theoretical saturation. Then, data analyzed by grounded theory in coding process included three steps: open, axial and selective coding.
Results: The result revealed that there were 54 effective factors in strategies consisted of 11 components: specialized and public instruction, compile improvement principals, supervise, control and evaluate, judicial decisions for offending, management and personal principals, formulate structures, reduce monopolization, coordinative decision and program-orientation in five main entries. Also, consequences categorized into two subcategories of football and main category of football development and improvement in social aspect.
Conclusion: Generally, according to findings, proposed strategies and consequences could be claimed that help government officials to improve administrative integrity and counter to corruption and get development and improvement in football industry.

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