On 3 November, the Turkish Olympic Committee organised its national workshop on innovative governance of NOCs and grass roots sport organisations.
Nese Gundogan, Secretary General of the Olympic Committee, welcomed the audience with an introductory speech. Then, Eva Rebmann, Acting Deputy Director of the EOC EU Office, presented the RINGS project, the strategic management handbook, the public affairs guidelines, the Stakeholders’ tool and the online platform.
Getting to the heart of the workshop, Dr. Prof. Holger Preuß from the University of Mainz explained the Strategic Management of Olympic Sport Organisations Guidelines and the Importance of Strategic Planning in Sport Federations, Change Management and its Challenges, with some very practical examples and good practices from a number of sport organisations.
The 34 participants, representing 29 national federations, expressed their satisfaction to the organisers for a very useful event.
About the RINGS project
The RINGS project, led by the EOC EU Office and co-funded by the Erasmus+ Sport programme, is running from January 2020 to December 2022 and focuses on the strategic management of NOCs (ie., change management, public affairs and communications, governance of NOCs). The last phase of the project is to organise national training workshops in each of the 11 partner NOCs. Each of them focuses on the specific themes that are relevant to the national context