10th May 2009 at 7:52 pm #6041Alexandra CuncevParticipant
Special issue of IJPPM – Performance Measurement & Management in the Third sector
Deadline for paper submission 31st August 2009
Call introduction – The International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management aims to address new developments and thinking in productivity science and performance measurement and management including new techniques, approaches and related reflective analysis designed to improve individual, group and organisational performance. It seeks to develop an understanding in and across manufacturing, service and public sector organisations. The journal aims to be multi-disciplinary drawing from, amongst others, the fields of Operations, Marketing, Accounting, Supply Chain and Organisational Behaviour.
The Third Sector includes non government and non profit making organisations such as charities, trade associations, credit unions and voluntary organisations. In addition the third sector also includes Social Enterprises which reinvest their profits back into the community. Their aim is to accomplish targets that are social and environmental as well as financial which is often referred to as having a triple bottom line. Social enterprises are profit-making businesses set up to tackle a social or environmental need. This call invites you to discuss the importance of the Third sector in terms of contribution to the economies of the developed countries. This is an emerging area which presents itself with an opportunity to add to the body of knowledge in this field of performance measurement/management.
Potential themes, but not limited to: (in no particular order)
• Empirical research within third sector context
• Third Sector case studies on performance measurement/management
• Performance frameworks appropriate for third sector organisations
• Comparative research between public, private and third sector organisations
• The effect of performance management on third sector organisations
• Application of specific frameworks and approaches to third sector performance research
• Cross disciplinary performance research in the third sector
• Third sector performance and inter-organisational networks and relationships
• Measuring performance at the interface between voluntary and non voluntary organisations
• Future performance challenges for third sector organisations
• Social enterprise performance and its role in the third sector
Manuscripts should comply with the scope, standards, format and editorial policy of the International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management. In preparation of their manuscripts, authors are asked to follow the Author Guidelines closely.
Review process – Initially a paper will be reviewed by the co-Editors for general suitability. If it’s judged suitable, two reviewers will be selected and a double-blind review process will take place. A guide for authors, sample articles and other relevant information for submitting papers are available at: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/ijppm.htm
High quality papers that are not included in the special edition of IJPPM will be included in an edited book on the third sector. The book will include both academic and practitioner pieces but will favour more applied papers. The review deadlines will be the same as the special edition of the International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management
The book will be published towards the middle of 2010 by Kingsham Press Ltd. Chichester UK
Graham Manville, School of Management, University of Southampton, Highfield Campus, Southampton, S017 1BJ, United Kingdom
Graham Manville is a Senior Fellow and the Assistant Dean for Enterprise for the Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Southampton. Graham teaches strategic management and entrepreneurial management on undergraduate and post graduate programmes within the school of management. In 2008 his research has been honoured with two awards including Best KTP Partnership for the South West of England and an Emerald Literati Award for Excellence for an “outstanding paper”. In addition he was a finalist for the ESRC/ Michael Young Prize for 2009. He is currently studying for a PhD researching performance management in SMEs. Graham is a reviewer for IJPPM and a member of the editorial board of the ECKM journal. Graham has extensive consulting experience and is chair of the IBC’s professional development group.
Dr. Richard Greatbanks, Dept of Management, School of Business, University of Otago, PO Box 56, Dunedin New Zealand
Dr Richard Greatbanks is a Senior Lecturer in operations management in the Dept of Management, University of Otago, New Zealand. Richard joined the University of Otago in 2005 prior to which he held a lecturer appointment at the Manchester School of Management, UMIST, UK. Richard teaches Operations and Quality Management at undergraduate and postgraduate levels with the School of Business. Richard’s research interests are in the areas of operations management, quality process improvement and performance measurement, particularly in conjunction with SME organisations. The development of operational excellence within service is also of interest. Richard is a member of the editorial board of Production Planning and Control, and regularly acts as a reviewer for IJOPM, JMTM, IJPPM, IJQRM and PPC journals. Richard is a Chartered Engineer and held management posts as well as consulting for SMEs.
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