The Role of Strategic Thinking of Administrative Bodies in Enhancing Organizational Loyalty among Coaches of Sports Clubs in Baghdad

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Ahmed Hamed Hussein Alethawi, Ali Makki Mahdi Almayyah


                The purpose of this paper is to identifying the relationship of the impact of strategic thinking among the administrative bodies on the organizational loyalty of the coaches working in the Baghdad sports clubs and from the point of view of the coaches themselves. The researchers used the descriptive method in the style of correlational relations to suit it with the nature of the research problem, and the study population consisted of (244) coaches for different Olympic and Paralympic games, as well as representation of team games and individual games, while the research sample was divided into a construction sample, which consisted of (127) coaches, while a the application consisted of (103) coaches, and the sample of the exploratory experiment was (14) coaches, and the standards were built   (Strategic thinking of administrative bodies, organizational loyalty to coaches of Baghdad sports clubs),   The standards were applied to the sample to extract the scientific foundations of the standards, and then the standards were applied to the application sample in order to extract the results of the research and achieve the goal of the research, which is to identify the impact of the strategic thinking of the administrative bodies on the organizational loyalty of the coaches of Baghdad sports clubs, and it was found that they are at an above average level in strategic thinking and loyalty In addition, there is a direct relationship between the two variables of the research (strategic thinking and organizational loyalty) that is, the greater the strategic thinking, the greater the organizational loyalty.

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