Journal for Nonprofit Management

Call for Papers

The peer reviewed, online Journal for Nonprofit Management (JNM) is a forum for the publication, dissemination, and discussion of all aspects of nonprofit management practice. JNM is dedicated to encouraging mutual scholarly exchanges on practice methods, capacity building, theoretical framework development, tactics and techniques.


Scholars, practitioners, and students are invited to submit their manuscripts for publication in the Journal for Nonprofit Management. The Journal for Nonprofit Management accepts submissions of articles, shorter contributions, case studies and book reviews.

The Journal for Nonprofit Management accepts submissions on an ongoing basis with reviews occurring on the first of the month in January, May, and September.

The journal welcomes submissions from all areas of nonprofit management practice. Examples of desirable submission topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Nonprofit board and governance
• Organizational change
• Succession planning
• Strategic and business planning
• Leadership
• Ethics of nonprofit management
• Theories of nonprofit management
• Fundraising and marketing
• Performance management and evaluation
• Conflict management
• Human resource management
• Volunteer management
• Budget and finance
• Management of information technology
• Supervision
• Public relations – media, community, legislative and other governmental relations
• Grant writing and contract management

Please see the Call for Papers and Guidelines for Submission for additional information about submitting your work for consideration to the Journal for Nonprofit Management.


The Center for Nonprofit Management and Governance, in partnership with the Support Center for Nonprofit Management, is proud to announce the publication of the 16th edition of the Journal for Nonprofit Management.  

Journal for Nonprofit Management, Vol. 16, No. 1  (Download PDF)

Articles

  • Adding Assets to Need: Creating a Community Data Landscape
  • Women and Men as Board Chairpersons: Their Acceptance/Rejection of Eighteen Expectations Described in the Nonprofit Literature
  • Bowling Together Revisited: A Longitudinal Analysis of Nonprofit Mergers
  • Fighting Poverty with Passion and a University Partner: The Creation of a High Impact AmeriCorps VISTA Program
  • The Relationship between Learning Organization Dimensions and Performance in the Nonprofit Sector
  • Seeking Elements of Growth at the Start-Up Stage of Iranian Non-Governmental Education Providers (A Grounded Theory Approach)

Previous editions can be found at http://www.supportcenteronline.org/resources.php. Please write to JNMsubmissions@ssw.rutgers.edu with inquiries or concerns.


The Center for Nonprofit Management and Governance, in partnership with the Support Center for Nonprofit Management, is proud to announce the publication of the 15th edition of the Journal for Nonprofit Management.  

Journal for Nonprofit Management, Vol. 15, No. 1  (Download PDF)

Articles

  • Antecedents to Nonprofit Advocacy: Which is More Important - Governance or Organizational Structure?
  • A Grounded Model for More Accurate and Useful Evaluation of Contracted Social Services
  • Historical Look at Lifecycle Thought: Downward
  • Lessons Learned on Conducting the Strategic Planning Process for a Nonprofit: What Went Right and What Could Be Improved
  • More than a “One-Trick Pony”: Exploring the Contours of a Multi-Sector Convener
  • Tertiary Diversity Management: A Critical Success Factor in Modern Nonprofit Human Services Leadership
  • Volunteers, Nonprofits, and Community Capacity: A Case Study in Preparing for Disaster Response and Recovery
  • To Merge Wisely, Ensure a Proper Takeoff

Previous editions can be found at http://www.supportcenteronline.org/resources.php. Please write to JNMsubmissions@ssw.rutgers.edu with inquiries or concerns.