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Wed 18th May 2011 13:06
tkdjay

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Dir Sir/Madam,

I am writing a research paper about the ITF organizational structure in The Netherlands. This is part of a management course I'm following, and my assignment was to analyze an international  sports organization.

I have a few questions I couldnít answer based on the available information on the website:

- How do Councils compare to INOs in terms of authority?
- What are the criteria to start a Council?
- How does an NAO compare to a Council in terms of authority?
- What are the criteria to start an NAO?
- How does an MO compare to an INO, in terms of authority?

- What are the criteria to start an MO?
- Is there a hierarchical relationship between Council, NAO, INO and MO, or do they operate autonomously?

- Does the ITF prescribe a specific management structure for Councils, NAOs, INOs and MOs? If so, please elaborate.

- Why did the ITF choose for these governing structures (Council, NAO, INO, MO)?

 

Thatís it for now, thank you in advance!

 

Jair
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Mark Skyrme

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Sir,

Here is some general information avaliable via the site Click Here,

I would suggest you contact ITF Secretary General directly for further assistance.

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