Key Roles of an Agile Sports Team

The key members of the Agile Sports Framework™ are the lead analyst, coaches, players, and the Agile Sports Consultant. Secondary roles include the owner, architect, General Manager, front office, scouts, event staff, fans and other stakeholders. Players are self-organizing and versatile (cover a wide range of skill sets and attributes). Self-organizing teams determine the best…

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Challenges Agile Sports Framework Resolves

Other challenges that the Agile Sports Framework helps teams resolve include the following: The culture to constantly hire new coaches expecting different results Lack of player discipline or buy-in to coach’s strategy Staff (player) turnover from discontent or greed Inability to accurately measure player value based on intangibles Lack of clarity/transparency of goals Lack of…

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Agile Sports Framework Benefits

Additional benefits that can be achieved through Agile sports philosophy: Adapt a higher quality style of play: High performance is achieved through techniques. These techniques are like real-time analytics, continuous improvement, iterative adaptation, team synergy. Gain knowledge through empiricism: Increased knowledge comes from focusing more on high-value performance measurement, aligning player goals to team needs, improved decision…

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