We are a sports governance company that collaborates with public and private organizations and civil society in the implementation of good governance in organizations and sporting events.
We promote a positive change in the governance of sports organizations.
Our customers are:
Public entities that sponsor sports;
Regional Sports Organizations (ODEBO, ODECABE, ODESUR, PASO);
Sponsors who want to know the governance in the sports organization;
National Olympic Committees;
Thanks to the new information and communication technologies, we work in a network with engineers in India, South Korea, and Colombia.
Transparency in sports arises after a master's thesis at the National University of Seoul.
After studying an Olympic Masters in Sports Management at the National University of Seoul, a laureate thesis on the Governance of elite sport in Colombia encouraged us to start this project.
After exploring the management of the elite sport for more than 10 years through academic research in Colombia and in South Korea, we saw the opportunity to fill a gap in the sports systems of Colombia and Latin America.
Transparency refers to the "degree of openness in the transmission of information" (Ball, 2009).
Transparency allows external actors to supervise the functioning of an organization and, therefore, reduce the likelihood of opportunistic behavior. The control procedures are fundamental to avoid the concentration of power and ensure that decision-making is solid, independent and free of undue influence.
We believe in a decentralized National Sports System, guided by the decision-making based on evidence, in the strategic management of human resources and the participation of multiple stakeholders in the national and subnational sports administration.
We work in network adding people and entities interested in the good governance of the sport.
We formed a work team with people in Bogotá, Medellín, Seoul, and New Delhi.
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Founder and executive director
Mauricio has explored the management of elite sport for more than 10 years through academic research at the Technological University of Pereira (2000-2006); the National School of Sports (2007-2009); the University of Antioquia (2012-2014); and the National University of Seoul (2017-2019).
Chirag is an Indian physicist, computer specialist at Seoul National University (2015-2019). He has more than five years of experience in data management and information technology. He has worked with clients such as Samsung, Netmarble and Phill IT (2014-2019).
Juan F. Gutierrez
Pacho is one of the few people who has been an academic, researcher, writer and sports leader in the public and private sectors. More than 20 years of experience, publications, distinctions and contributions to the sector are a guarantee of high value for the organizations that work with us.