This is a guest blog post, offered by the editor of The Journal of Performance Measurement®, Douglas Spaulding.
The Journal of Performance Measurement is Accepting Article Submissions
The Journal of Performance Measurement is currently accepting article submissions on topics including performance measurement, risk, and attribution; we are particularly interested in articles that cover practical performance issues and solutions that performance professionals face every day.
We’ve recently begun publishing our journal online and as a result, our subscribership has risen, so if you’ve ever considered writing an article on a performance topic that you’re exploring, or if you have one that you’d like to publish, now is the time and The Journal of Performance Measurement is the publication.
We are a peer-reviewed journal and our review process is double-blind, which means two members of our Advisory Board will read and offer feedback on your submission. All submissions are subject to the double-blind review, a process that usually takes between four and eight weeks.
Submitting to our journal does come with a couple perks. All contributors are eligible to win the annual Peter Dietz Award for Excellence in Performance Measurement Writing. And for a limited time, we are offering a discounted subscription to anyone who submits an article: a one-year subscription for $99 (40% off the cover price).
For more information on becoming an author for The Journal of Performance Measurement
For more information on submitting an article to The Journal, please contact me at DougSpaulding@tsgperformance.com or give me a call at 732 873 5700. For our manuscript guidelines, click here.
Douglas Spaulding, Editor
A note from Dave: Here’s your opportunity to contribute to the industry, enhance your skills, get your voice heard, and gain recognition. As the leading source for information and content on performance and risk measurement, The Journal of Performance Measurement is the ideal place to get your ideas out. While we can’t guarantee that your article will be published (as it will need to be reviewed and okayed by members of the journal’s Advisory Board), we can guarantee that you’ll get a fair reading; and even if it’s not accepted immediately, you’ll get helpful pointers to make your article better. And so, please give serious thought to writing an article for us, especially one from a practical perspective. Thanks!