Terri Byers

Full Professor


Kinesiology, Faculty of

KIN 320


1 506 447 3325

Current research projects

  • Innovation in Sport Clubs: A project in collaboration with Prof. Joerg Konigstorfer, Technicshe Universite Munchen (TUM), Germany, include Canada wide survey and interviews/focus groups in New Brunswick to understand how to sport club innovate to increase participation and what is the relationship between innovation and club performance?

Recent publications

Brittain, I., Boccaro, J., Byers, T. and Swart, K. Legacy: Fact or Fairy Tale? London, Routledge.

Anagnostopoulos, C., Byers, T. and Kolyperas, D. (2017). Understanding strategic decision-making through a multi-paradigm perspective: The case of charitable foundations in English football", Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, Vol. 7 Iss 1 pp. 2 – 20

Byers, T. (2017). Governance in community sport organizations. Governance and Compliance. ICSA: The Governance Institute.

Byers, T. (2016). Contemporary Issues in Sport Management: A Critical Introduction. London, Sage Publications.

Byers, T., Anagnostopoulos, C. and Brooke-Holmes, G. (2015). Understanding Control in Nonprofit Organisations: Moving Governance Research Forward? Corporate Governance, 15(3).

Anagnostopoulos, C., Byers, T., & Shilbury, D. (2014). Corporate social responsibility in professional team sport organisations: towards a theory of decision-making. European Sport Management Quarterly, 14(3), 259-281.

Byers, T. and Gorse, S. (2014). Managing people and the role of volunteers, in The Business of Event Management. Beech, J., Kaiser, S. and Kasper, R. (eds.). Peasron, Harlow, UK.

Byers, T. (2013) 'Managing operations: quality, performance and control'. In The Business of Sport Management. 2nd edn. ED. by Beech, J., and Kasper, S. London: FT Prentice Hall.

Byers, T. (2013) 'Using Critical Realism: A new Perspective on Control of Volunteers in Sport Clubs'. European Sport Management Quarterly 13 (1), 5-31.