Now, according to Martinez (2003), in order to make planning theory in the management of the municipal sports and recreational service, it is also convenient to unify the essence of several different but necessarily complementary and conclusive planning processes at the municipal level: as the first of them, identify and understand that the Municipality as a company follows an economic and productive approach (business perspective); second, as a public entity it must guarantee the participation of citizen representatives and respect the rules that govern its operation (local perspective); and third, as a potential instrument to satisfy the needs of citizens, it must achieve changes,
The offer of the municipal sports, recreational physical service,
like any other socio-cultural project, refers to a set of specific activities, interrelated and coordinated with each other, which are carried out in order to produce certain goods and services capable of satisfying the needs or solving certain shortcomings or problems of demanding clients (Martínez, 2003). In accordance with this, it can be said that the planning of this service should be understood as the set of coordinated and successive activities, unitarily aimed at achieving an achievement and obviously not exempt from continuous controls and readjustments. But also, in line with Martínez (2003, pp.
In this sense and according to Martinez (2003),
any basic action that directs any project to offer this type of service to which reference has been made, is based on four key elements, namely: foresee tasks-activities (interrelated and directed towards) purposes-objectives-goals (to) satisfy needs or solve problems (through) the efficient use of means and resources
Therefore, as a proposed methodological strategy to respond to and execute the proposed model, three main types of plans are proposed, which are, according to the knowledge of the national reality, those that structurally operate the actions of the Cantonal Committees:
- Management of the municipal 해외스포츠중계 and recreational service
- Management of facilities and equipment for the offer of the municipal sports and recreational service
- Administrative and financial management
- However, it will not be enough to establish a list of programs that are commonly known by the community or in response to those that have historically participated both within the canton and in exchange with other communities or areas of the country, since depending on the diagnosis It will be found that they alone have not been able to respond to the current needs and demands of the population, rather, as Roque (2004) states in his document “Policies and Strategies for the Development of Physical Activity for Health, Sports and Recreation in the Cantons of the Country”, in its section “Weaknesses of the Cantonal Sports and Recreation Committees”, generate frustration due to the investment in time, materials and money against the poor results obtained depending on the program in which they participate. .