‘Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.’

ALBERT EINSTEIN
  1. Want to know ‘actual’ game control throughout the game?
  2. Want to maintain a consistent, winning ‘high match intensity’?
  3. Want to see the ‘breakpoint’ in games?
  4. Want to close the expectation gap between preparation and performance?
  5. Want to build a winning leadership team?
  6. Want to control whole-game momentum?
  7. Want to score first and early – then establish and retain game control?
  8. Want to convert stoppages into strategic play?
  9. Want key players to be top decision-makers under pressure?
  10. Want to ensure culture and dynamics are one – and tops?

This is the Qualitative side of Performance Intelligence – building, assessing and evaluating.

An understanding of a situation from looking at the totality of the situation which quantitative data cannot see nor determine.

Professor Keith Lyons, former Head of High-Performance, Australian Institute of Sport

Qualitative is a type of analysis which relies on both:

  • Structured data – through pre-defined data models; and
  • Unstructured or non-numerical data – interpreting facts.

At GameChanger®, We are not data analysts nor physical technicians but rather performance coaches and advisors incorporating qualitative analysis and behavioural science into coaching