Month: April 2015

What is your #OneWord?

By: Adam White, @FOSAdam We all wonder what describes the sports industry? Is it the fun? The challenge? The networking? The compassion? The Friendship? Well if you’re someone like me, […]

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We Coach People

By: Jason Lupo Day in and day out we coach. We find ourselves saying the same cues, the same slogans and often times the same corrections. If you could program […]

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An Underrated but Essential Success Criterion in Sport & Business

By: David Kargman, @Kargman_SAP There is no playbook that will guide you to success within the Sports & Entertainment arena. You have the opportunity to create your own path and […]

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Interview with Andy Dolich, President of Dolich Consulting

By: Jay Stein, @JStein209 Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Andy Dolich, a lifelong sports business industry professional. Mr. Dolich has held a variety of executive […]

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Is money ruining the beautiful game of soccer?

By: Ghazzal Rezvan, @GhazzalRezvan As a Chelsea FC fan, I have had numerous conversations about what money has brought to professional soccer teams. People similar to me, who support big […]

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Interview with Will Banbury, Partner at Sports Recruitment International (SRI)

By: Jay Stein, @JStein209 Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Will Banbury, Partner at Sports Recruitment International (SRI). Mr. Banbury is an executive search and recruitment […]

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Interview with Stevie Baker-Watson, Theodore Katula Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports at DePauw University

By: Adam White, @FOSAdam Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Stevie Baker Watson, Theodore Katula Director of Athletics and Recreational Sports at DePauw University. A graduate […]

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Interview with David Carter, Principal at Sports Business Group

By: Nick Zobel, @Nick_Zobel Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with David Carter, Principal at Sports Business Group, Executive Director of the USC Sports Business Institute, and […]

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Finding the Right Work-Life Balance

By: Chris Yandle, @ChrisYandle Working in sports is not a career, it’s a lifestyle. A 9–5 job doesn’t exist. Instead of working 40 hours per week, you’ll sometimes push 50, […]

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Interview with Paul Barry, Elite International High Performance Sports and Strength & Conditioning Coach

By: Adam White, @FOSAdam Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Paul Barry, an Elite International High Performance Sports and Strength & Conditioning Coach. Paul is a […]

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