BUS 372 GCU Full Course Sports Event Planning

BUS 372 GCU Full Course Sports Event Planning

BUS 372 GCU Full Course Sports Event Planning


BUS 372 Sports Event Planning

BUS 372 GCU Topic 1 DQ 1 Latest

Navigating Faith and Work: Event planning is often hard work. At times things go wrong in event execution, despite meticulous planning. This can sometimes result in criticism or people suggesting a “better way” of doing things. Consider 1 Corinthians 10:31, “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God,” and Colossians 3:23, “Whatever you do, work heartily, as to the Lord and not for men.” The Topic Material for the week emphasizes the importance of determining the objectives of the event. As you think about objectives for the event that you are planning to execute, how can you apply the message of the two verses above into your planning process, particularly as you select the primary and secondary objectives for your event? What do these verses imply about the attitude and work ethic you should adopt as an event planner?

BUS 372 GCU Topic 1 DQ 2 Latest

Volunteering, attending sporting events and obtaining internships will help you network with industry professionals, build job-related skills, and guide you toward potential job opportunities. What specific ideas do you have for how you will do these things throughout this course? Provide at least three concrete examples.

BUS 372 GCU Topic 2 DQ 1 Latest

Create a list that outlines at least five of the expenses and 3-5 forms of revenue you anticipate for the event you are planning. Be sure to include a brief summary of the event followed by the list of specific expenses and revenue forms. Research each expense and revenue form and estimated the dollars you will spend on expenses along with the amount of revenue you predict you can generate for each form of revenue. Review your classmates’ lists and comment on additions they could make based on items they may have overlooked or not considered. Share findings from your research that may be helpful to others.

BUS 372 GCU Topic 2 DQ 2 Latest

Navigating Faith and Work: As an event planner, you are trusted to be the steward of another’s resources. It is the responsibility of the event planner to be financially responsible and utilize every dollar with the utmost care. Matthew 25:46 reminds us that the faithful and wise servant is placed in responsibility over the house. Using these ideas and principles along with the Topic Materials, identify and describe key cost control measures that sports event managers can practice. Provide two concrete examples that you intend to implement as you plan your event.