Campus confence focuses on better sport governance
Campus 2006 has five subject streams which reflect the fundamental building blocks of the sports industry and one of the major opportunities it faces: They are sponsorship, broadcast, events, governance and Asia.
Christine Oughton, Director of the Football Governance Research Centre at Birkbeck College and well-known to last year’s Play the Game delegates, will give the opening speech at the specific governance module (see module programme below).
Campus is a joint initiative by the London-based Sport Business and the Cass Business School The programme allows you to create an individual itinerary and attend and pay for only those modules you find of value. Each subject specific module runs for approximately three hours including coffee breaks.
You can find much more information about this interesting sports business event at the website of Campus Sport Business.
Module 8: Best Practice in Corporate Governance
Moderator: Professor Chris Brady, Associate Dean & Head of External Relations and Business Development , Cass Business School
Trends In Corporate Governance Leading To Best Practice Guidance
Dr Christine Oughton
How To Create A Healthy Management Culture
Dr Lynn Lashbrook , President & Founder, WorldSportsManagement
Sport England’s annual report on Fit For Purpose and Funding Requirements, establishing new self-assurance guidelines
Matt Archibald, Development Manager , Sport England
Understanding The Essentials Of Good Practice In Governance – How Good Governance Translates Into A More Effective Performance
David Teasdale, Chairman, Goodform/BISL
Compliance – Red Tape Or Added Value? How Embracing Compliance Can Improve Your Bottom Lime
Jonathan Hall, Director of Governance, The Football Association
Dr David Hindley, Academic Team Leader: Maths, Science & Sport , Nottingham Trent University
Dr Leigh Robinson, Lecturer in Sport & Leisure Management, Loughborough University