AISTS Client Team Projects
The annual AISTS Team Projects provide clients with a high-quality, practical, and trustworthy resource to complete research projects for their organisation. For eight months, groups of 3 – 5 AISTS Sports Management Master Program participants work with with you to tackle a real-life topic, and offer practical solutions to your brief.
The Team Projects cover a wide range of subjects, from marketing, communications, digital media, business strategy, development, event management, sustainability, technology, economic impacts, spectator experience and more.
Through the team projects, we have worked with organising committees, federations, associations, suppliers and many more. Example past clients and projects include:
- International Organising Committee (IOC) – Analysis of the current impact of Athletes’ Commissions on NOC and IF decision-making
- International Basketball Federation (FIBA) – Enhancing the FIBA Spectator Experience
- International Federation of Volleyball (FIVB) – Framing the FIVB’s development standards
- Populous – The economic, social and political effects of stadium development in Europe
- International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) – Global Governance of Trail Running
An interesting article is also this one, about a team project that led to the development of an entirely new department at World Taekwondo.
BENEFITS FOR CLIENTS
The goal of AISTS Client Team Projects is to provide a low cost, high-quality project resource to sport organisations by proposing new ideas and feasible, practical solutions.
The project fee is set at CHF 6’000 which covers 3-5 MAS Participants working across a period of eight months. We work with you to create a team that mixes the right skills, interests, and experience.
November to June:On-going work on projects occurs throughout the eight months. The participants are responsible for staying in contact with their clients. Regular meetings with AISTS supervisors will be scheduled to follow up on the development of the project with the final delivery of the written report due in June, along with the team presentation.
Final report: The final written report is a 20- 40 page document (excluding appendices) written in English. It is a summary of the findings, conclusions and recommendations for the client.
Oral presentation:Each group will present its report orally to the Client and the AISTS MAS in Sport Administration & Technology Scientific Committee. The presentation will be open to the public unless specified by the client.
The evaluation of the team project is done by members of the AISTS MAS in Sport Administration & Technology Scientific Committee on the basis of the written report, the oral presentation and the feedback from the client (i.e. customer satisfaction).
Please contact the AISTS office for more information on the cost, scope and feasibility of potential projects: firstname.lastname@example.org