The challenge of managing player development in a VUCA environment
Keywords:management, leadership, context, performance, participation
This article attempts to summarise the key factors in managing player development in VUCA environments from the perspective of a sports federation. This complex process, which requires special attention and proper planning at each of its stages, must be supported by the foundations of proper management. The article summarises some of the contents related to the strategic pillar "towards sporting excellence" of the Argentine Tennis Association.
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