Chris Judd on Footy Classified discussing the impact of Cohesion and TWI on the performance of teams in the AFL. Cohesion Analytics is another layer by which to understand team (and coach) performance.
Always positive to have an impact within an organisation even if it is just adding weight to an existing set of beliefs. Whether it be sport or corporate, the dynamics are fundamentally the same and measurable. Context is key in situations like Carlton FC.
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General Manager of Sport, Simon Strachan talks to The Canberra Times about Cohesion Analytics and how it relates to the Canberra Raiders.
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The Hard Value of Soft Analytics
While the current mainstream analytics are becoming more intricate and granular the real competative edge will come to teams looking at the 'soft' analytics metrics. There is no doubt that there are gains to be made with the mainstream methods - those extra 1%ers that everybody is looking for. Just as Moneyball changed the way sport is looked at, 'soft' analytics will be doing the same but in magnitudes that will dwarf the 1%ers.
Ben Lyttleton speaks to some of the most original thinkers in football, to pinpoint the skills and methodologies that are not only relevant to football but also the business world.
GAIN LINE Analytics are excited to be included in this great book covering so many fascinating topics including Cohesion Analytics.
How Cohesion Influence Coach Tenure.
In 2014/15 the average tenure of a English Football League Championship manager was 0.86 of a season and the average tenure of a professional football manager in England was 1.23 years*. This seems a ridiculous statistic but does explain in some way the prevailing philosophy in modern professional football..... Read more.
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