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Taherinia M, Shariatnejad A, Khodabakhshi A. Analyze the Sport Club Managers Compensation Strategies Based on Club Life Cycle with Delphi Fuzzy Method. JRSM 2020; 10 (20) :151-173
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1- Lurestan University
2- Lurestan University , Shariat.al@lu.ac.ir
3- Bouali sina university
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This paper was conducted with aim of analyze sport club manager’s compensation strategies based on their life cycle. This research is a mixed research with qualitative and quantitative approach. In the qualitative section data were gathered with semi-structured interview and in the quantitative section data were gathered with expert questionnaire. The statistical population is the sports clubs, and the sample members are selected from senior managers, public relations managers and media managers of these clubs. According to the purpose of the study, the sampling in this study is purposive and with regardeng to the principle of theoretical adequacy, the sample size was estimate. The research data were analyzed in qualitative section using Atlas.ti and in quantitative section data were analyzed by Delphi fuzzy method. The results indicate that Clubs that are in the start-up level, should use the combination of compensation for executives in the form of ownership rights, equity ownership plans and ownership shares. In addition, the results show that Clubs that are in the growth level, able to compensate their managers with using merit-based salaries, output-based remuneration, and success-based pay. 
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: sport management
Received: 2019/07/31 | Accepted: 2020/02/22 | ePublished ahead of print: 2020/10/24 | Published: 2020/11/30

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