I chose the Weisman Art Museum to represent sport management. I think this is a good example of structure, because it is a flexible construction. In sport management, the 'walls' (employees) of each 'building' (organization) need to be working toward a common goal, such as holding up the roof, but that doesn't mean there can't be flexibility or creativity in the construction. The Bolman & Deal structure article emphasized the need for variation and structural adaptation, which leads to a more educated and motivated workforce. This building is cool because although it is crazy and shiny on the outside, inside there is order and an obvious sense of coordination.