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The challenge of recruiting unpaid directors for voluntary sports boards

5 June 2018

Dr Josh McLeod, Lecturer in International Football Business, has written a guest article for I Trust Sport about the challenge of recruiting unpaid directors for voluntary sports boards, using Scottish football as a case study. It is based on the findings of research to be published later this year. The full article is available to read in Business Matters.[...]

Posted by Rowland Jack on 05.06.2018 in International, I Trust Sport, Sports Governance

I Trust Sport contributes to ASOIF governance review of Olympic International Federations

17 April 2018

I Trust Sport has provided independent consultancy support for a review of governance of the 33 International Federations which are full and associate members of the Association of Summer…[...]

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and the challenge of competing interests

2 April 2018

On the eve of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in Australia (in and around Brisbane in Queensland), it is worth reflecting on the challenge for any…[...]

New sports formats - Baseball joins growing list

22 November 2017

The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) is one of the latest federations to introduce a new format for their sport. Taking inspiration from an informal version of baseball played…[...]

The crisis in trust - what sport can learn from other sectors

7 September 2017

A new I Trust Sport article has been published by Play the Game on what sport may be able to learn from other sectors about tackling the loss of…[...]

I Trust Sport contributes to ASOIF governance review of International Federations

5 April 2017

I Trust Sport has provided independent consultancy support for a review of governance of the 28 International Federations which are members of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations…[...]

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