The present study aims to investigate the factors influencing performance management in executive sports organizations. This study was descriptive correlational and practical in terms of design and purpose. The statistical population consisted of provinces’ physical education and physical activity office heads, deputies and members of physical education and sports activities’ office, presidents of sports associations, boards’ chairmen and student sports federation members. And statistical sample considered as equal as a statistical population (147 individuals). The researcher-made questionnaire based on library studies as well as semi-structured interviews were used as a research tool for this study (four factors, ten aspects, 50 questions). Content and face validity (by 10 experts’ opinions), convergent validity via Average Variance Extracted (larger than 0.5), discriminant validity through Fornel-Larcker Matrix, internal consistency using factor loadings (larger than 0.4) and Cronbach`s Alpha (larger than 0.7), and composite reliability (larger than 0.7) were collectively confirmed. For hypothesis testing, SmartPLS software version 3 was utilized. The results showed presented model had an appropriate fitting. In the path analysis, relationships of contextual factors, knowledge, and psychological capital as well as organizational engineering have a direct and significant influence over organizational performance management and clarified 0.26, 0.26, and 0.28 percentage of changes, respectively. Designing, revising, and empowering the mechanisms of influencing factors on performance management in a certain framework can provide a guarantee and assurance for organizational missions and goals achievement.