A look at the Executives in Sports collection, Issue 16
Marian Rhodes, SVP and Chief HR and Diversity Officer of the Arizona Diamondbacks, passes on promotion and perspective advice, for contemporaries and young professionals alike
NFL Players Inc.’s EVP and GC, Ahmad Nassar, blends legal and business acumen to help players maximize their earning potential.
Phoenix Suns VP and CIO Steve Reese on the enhanced role of IT in basketball.
A bit of a jack-of-all-trades, Woodie Dixon, Jr. has knack for problem-solving. He says it’s his key role—and it’s fun.
As the self-professed “head coach” of IT at Easton Bell-Sports, Robby McDonald is taking the department’s role from passive supplier of requested projects to business partner on the cutting edge.
General Counsel Sashi Brown left one of the newest teams in the NFL—the Jacksonville Jaguars—for one of the oldest: the Cleveland Browns. Here’s why.
Bob Feller, EVP and CFO at Palace Sports & Entertainment, explains why ball hogs are harmful in the Finance Department
Texas Rangers executive Joe Januszewski is honoring baseball’s past and protecting its future by creating a superior fan experience.
For Under Armour CFO Brad Dickerson, an uncertain career move turned out to be the perfect fit.
Having landed his dream job, Arizona Diamondbacks CFO Tom Harris offers tips for getting yours.
SVP of Talent Relations and Talent Development Sean Cleary shares management tips gleaned ringside at WWE.
Kerry Chandler explains why human resources is one of the NBA’s most valuable players.
Early in his career, a contentious turf war taught Bauer Performance Sports’ Michael Wall everything he needed to know about being an in-house counsel.
Instead of centerfield, Major League Baseball CFO Jonathan Mariner swings for the bottom line.
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