Integrating Sport Management and Business Management Literatures

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Abstract

This article reviews major leadership development theories and hypotheses from sport management and business management literatures with the purpose of demonstrating their capacity to explain factors and dynamics associated with various dimensions of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletics. The article considers two models—the collegiate athletic leadership model (CALM) and the foundational, supporting, and developing model (FSD), which were previously developed by integrating the two literatures. These models represent a robust way to capture the array of factors influential in determining individual and team-level outcomes for NCAA athletic teams.