The only question is who is better? Who hold all the quality of a great point guard? All-star a player have to have great leadership in the NBA. As a star it is your duty to step up as a leader and control the tempo in order to win games. Derrick Rose leadership is taking his team to another level as far as winning games.
Establishing Credibility: With it being March and all I have found a new respect for the young men and women who play college basketball. General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of some history of the NCAA. Central Idea: There are four main points that will help you understand the game of college basketball (1) how it was invented, (2) some of the great coaches, (3) some of the great players, and (4) the madness that is now March. BODY I. The first interesting point is how it was invented A.
Case Study Analysis Paper 1: A Tale of Two Coaches There are many different types of leadership styles and skill sets that go along with these styles. There is the autocratic leader, the democratic leader and the laissez-fare leaders; however no matter what type of leader you are how you manage your people will always determine the success that you would have within your organization. In this paper we are going to examine two case studies in which we are going to look at the leadership styles of two coaches. We are going to look at the power bases used by each coach and how their actions aliened with their leadership role. Coach Knight According to Snook, Perlow and DeLacey (2005) Robert Montgomery Knight better known as “the General “is known for taking Indiana University to its best basketball achievements that the university has ever seen.
Persuasive was used in the middle of the film when the boys were winning. Laissez faire was used in the game basketball games. Autocratic was need and used a lot in the movie Coach Carter. In the Beginning of the film Autocratic was used because it was necessary. Coach Carter gave the boys contracts which they needed to sign if they wanted to play on his team.
Case Study: A Tale of Two Coaches Corey Crismon Grand Canyon University: LDR-600 Mark Ellis Introduction The Tale of Two Coaches compares and contrasts two successful college basketball coaches, Coach Knight and Coach K. Though each of the coaches’ careers have been successful, their coaching and leadership style’s differ greatly. Each coach has taken on several different forms of leadership styles from past experiences. Coach K began his career as an assistant coach at Army under Coach Knight, however, Coach K decided to take a more positive approach to coaching than his mentor’s negative style. Coach Knight used leadership that was insensitive, damaging and forceful however, took his teams to high levels of play and had over nine-hundred wins in his successful career. Coack K used a more moderate, generous, and dynamic approach which has lead him to have more wins than his mentor, Coach Knight.
PROFESSION AND CAREER GOALS My chosen profession is an Athletic Director and the goals I would like to achieve is to attain a career where I can express my talent and passion for sport as well as open my mind in ways that I could never do at any other career. I have found that the Sport Management program is a great program and I’m looking forward to use the tools I attained to be able to be successful with my goals I have set for myself. I am highly confident that my experiences and personal traits that are developing over the years will help me achieve my career goals and profession to become an athletic director. I am extremely fascinated with the business side of sports. I believe that my personal traits will play a very important role in achieving my career goals for several reasons; I am a very fast learner, a great communicator, and I’m a peoples’ person.
Becoming a Professional Basketball Player As a child, I loved to imitate NBA greats like Julius Erving, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, and David Thompson. Growing up in town that was rich with basketball tradition, I knew that I wanted to make it to the NBA and become a star. Not knowing if I had what it takes to make it to that level, I began my quest at an early age. Becoming a professional basketball player is extremely difficult for some, but for others it just seems to fall in their laps (eHow). My first experience playing organized basketball began when I was in the fifth grade on an after school program in the old armory.
The power bases that Coach K relied upon were Personal Power: expert. He was an expert in his 25 years coaching. He achieved these from his personal experiences of skill and knowledge of the game. The power bases that Coach Knight relied upon were Formal Power: legitimate. He had a position of power in the basketball organization, and his players recognized his authority.
More than just an athlete Through impacts he made on and off the court, Michael Jordan is one of the most influential players in NBA history. Come on. Did you really think it'd be anyone else? The guy made the NBA globally popular. There are more players influenced by Jordan's game than anyone else in NBA history.
Harvard NOM RESEARCH PAPER NO. 10-042 ~ and ~ Barbados Group WORKING PAPER NO. 09-04 ~ and ~ Simon School, University of Rochester RESEARCH PAPER NO. FR 10-01 Rotman Magazine: The Magazine of the Rotman School of Management, pp. 16-20, Fall 2009 Integrity: Without it Nothing Works November 29, 2009 Michael C. Jensen Harvard Business School Social Science Electronic Publishing (SEEP), Inc.