Jens Alm

Play the Game analyses and reports
  • Sports Governance Observer 2019. An assessment of good governance in six international sports federations.
    By Jens Alm, Play the Game, October 2019
    The Sports Governance Observer 2019 report employs the SGO 2018 benchmarking instrument to assess the governance of six international federations. The aim is to stimulate an open debate by providing an objective, reliable, and holistic overview of which elements of good governance are implemented by these federations and which ones are not.
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  • National Sports Governance Observer. Landerapport: Danmark
    By Jens Alm, Play the Game, November 2018
    Denne delrapport præsenterer og perspektiverer resultaterne for de otte danske forbund, der har været omfattet af projektet 'National Sports Governance Observer'. Projektet har målt niveauet af 'good governance' i nationale idrætsforbund i ti lande inden for fire kategorier: Transparens, demokratiske processer, intern kontrol og samfundsansvar.
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  • National Sports Governance Observer. Landerapport: Danmark
    By Jens Alm, Play the Game, November 2018
    The National Sports Governance Observer project has measured the level of good governance in national sports organisations in ten countries. This report presents the results from the eight Danish federations included in the project.
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  • Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations - Leaflet
    By Jens Alm, Søren Bang, Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies, April 2013
    This leaflet gives a summary of the main points in the report ’Action for Good Governance in Sports Organisations’ that collects the results from the EU-supported project Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations (AGGIS), aiming at analyzing leadership and governance in international sports oganisations.
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  • Brazilian World Cup stadiums: A predictable legacy challenge
    By Jens Alm, Jens Sejer Andersen, Play the Game, Danish Institute for Sports Studies, October 2012
    With outset in the methods used in the World Stadium Index by Play the Game/Danish Institute for Sports Studies, this analysis gives a prediction of the future of the legacy of the stadions used for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
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  • World Stadium Index. Stadiums built for major sporting events - bright future or future burden
    By Jens Alm, Play the Game, Danish Institute for Sport Studies, May 2012
    The report investigates the use of mega-event stadiums from around the world covering stadiums and arenas which have been constructed or extensively renovated as a part of a mega-event during 1996-2010.
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