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Module 4 bursary open

Applications are now open for members of the SGA community to access free places on Module 4 of The Chartered Governance Institute’s Certificate in Sports Governance. 

This module explores key themes concerning finance and risk in the sports sector. It also introduces students to sports ethics and the importance to organisations of identifying and engaging effectively with their principal stakeholders.   

Module 4 - Risk, Compliance and Finance in Sports

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Revamping English Women's Cricket: Navigating Growing Pains

The ECB's recent structural overhaul and funding boost to the women's game is widely seen as a large step in the right direction. With this have come some transitional challenges which Sam Green-Armytage from the Sports Governance Academy has considered below.

Revamping English Women's Cricket: Navigating Growing Pains

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Why governance matters

We see governance not as a burden, but as an enabler of your organisation's performance.

Done well, governance can help you to thrive and meet your goals, be open and accountable and build trust with your stakeholders. Done poorly, it leaves organisations, those who work in them and those they serve, vulnerable and at risk.

So, what does good sports governance look like?

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