Vienna was a home for the fourth meeting of the BIGG4VB project team
As part of the Erasmus+ Sport project called “Better incorporation of good governance principles for better volleyball success”, BIGG4VB, the fourth meeting of the project participants; six national volleyball federations, the representatives of the Zagreb School of Economics and Management and the Faculty of Kinesiology in Split, was held in Vienna on December 2nd.
The aim of the BIGG4VB project is to implement good governance in volleyball federations and clubs on the basis of ten criteria, while with cooperation with ZSEM and KIF Split, also identify examples of good governance and adherence to principles in national federations of Austria, Iceland, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and Croatia.
After the meetings in Rome, Zagreb and Warsaw, the fourth meeting was held at the Austrian Volleyball Federation headquarters, where representatives of ZSEM gave presentations on each national federation, based on the analyses carried out so far, discussing the findings and results of each analysis. One of the main topics of the meeting in the Austrian capital was about meeting the expectations and matching the specific needs in short or long-term goals, as well as all the action and strategic plan possibilities.
The representatives of the Croatian Volleyball Federation, director Valentina Bifflin and expert secretary Frane Žanić attended the meeting.
The next meeting of the BIGG4VB project team is to be held in Rome.