Ryan Clutterbuck, PhD

Assistant Professor, Sport Management

Office: STH 348
905 688 5550 x3112

Dr. Clutterbuck teaches and conducts research in organizational behaviour, sport leadership, leadership development, sport for development, and coach education. Dr. Clutterbuck’s research is often collaborative and action-oriented; supporting grassroots community sport clubs and provincial/national sport organizations.

Dr. Clutterbuck is also head coach for the Canadian women’s national football team that will compete at the 2021 International Federation of American Football Women’s World Championship in Finland.

  • Leadership development
  • Organizational behaviour
  • Sport for development
  • Coach education
  • North American Society for Sport Management
  • Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School (2020)
  • Instructional Skills Workshop at Western University (2015)

Millar, P., Clutterbuck R., & Doherty, A. (2020). Understanding the adoption of long-term athlete development in one community sport club. Managing Sport & Leisure, 25(4), 259-274.

Clutterbuck, R. (2019). The 5C Leader: Exceptional Leadership Practices for Extraordinary Times Book Review. Sport Management Review, (in press).

Clutterbuck, R. & Doherty, A. (2019). Organizational capacity for domestic sport for development. Journal of Sport for Development, 7(12), 16-32.

Clutterbuck, R. (2018). Flipped classrooms: An introduction for coaching candidates in higher education. Teaching Innovation Projects, 8(1), 1-14.

Doherty, A., & Clutterbuck, R. (2013). Canada. In Hallman, K. & Petry, K. (Eds.), Comparative sport development: Systems, participation, and public policy (323-342). New York, NY: Springer.

  • Leadership in Sport Management
  • Organizational Behaviour in Sport Organizations