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Dragomir Gabrić orcid id ; Dragomir Gabrić d.o.o.
Sanela Škorić orcid id ; the Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Marko Mornar Jelavić ; Polyclinic for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Rehabilitation, Zagreb, Croatia

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Objectives: To compare the education of managers in kinesiological recreation (UZR) in relation to managers in other activities (OD) and to determine whether they want to improve their knowledge more.
Methodology: 192 respondents (66.7% men, average age 40 years) are persons in leading positions in organizations. They were classified into two groups (UZR, OD) and surveyed using a modified questionnaire according to basic information about the manager (gender, age, level of education, level of management, length of service) and frequency of attending training programs (none, once, several times, constantly) and motivation to continue training (professional, economic, organizational, management, information, sociological, psychological and dealing with people).
Results: according to the frequency of attending educational programs within the company, the biggest difference between the groups is among those participants who constantly attended educational programs in favor of OD (3.2% vs. 21.2%). According to the program of continuing education and training of managers, the biggest difference between the groups is in the desire to acquire economic knowledge (11.8% vs 34.3%), and slightly less in the field of psychological (19.4% vs 37.4%) and sociological knowledge (10.8% vs 17.2%) in benefit of OD group managers (for all P <0.05).
Limitation: The research process was limited by the sample size caused by the Personal Data Protection Act and the number of employees that was at the lower limit required especially in activities related to kinesiological recreation.
Originality and scientific contribution: The first research in Croatia that compares the current and motivation for future education of managers in kinesiological recreation and other activities. The novelty and value of this research indicates the importance of educating managers in general and developing awareness of economic knowledge that plays a key role in the successful management of kinesiology and recreation organization.

Ključne riječi

economic knowledge, management, managerial knowledge, kinesiological recreation, educational programs.

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